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Revenue impacts are highly speculative. For more detailed modeling, the EFC's Water and Wastewater Rates Analysis Model is a free tool that examines how revenues at your utility could be affected by various changes in rate structures. However, neither of these tools should be used in place of an in-depth rate study.
***Caution***
Assumes across-the-board rate increases for all customer classes. Projected revenue impacts assume a 3 percent drop in demand for every 10 percent increase in price. Accuracy of projections decreases as the proposed rate increase gets larger.
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Statewide average annual bill for 71,996 gallons:

Water: $587.35
Sewer: $765.79
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Financial Benchmarks
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Characteristics
Utility Owner
Ownership type
Primary County
Primary service area
Date Rates Effective
  Median for Statewide Stats
Number of Systems 1 157
Est. Number of Connections
Est. Service Population
Operating Revenue
Operating Expense
Census Year   2019
Average Household Size2.46
Median Household Income$74,057
Poverty Rate7.87%
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This Rates Dashboard is designed to assist utility managers, finance directors, Board members, local officials, reporters, and customers to compare their utility's residential water and wastewater rates against multiple factors, including system characteristics, customer base demographics, and geography. Users can manually/temporarily input financial data using the Edit Data or Add Utility button to turn on the Cost Recovery dial (on the user’s local machine only – this is cookie based).

The New Hampshire Water and Wastewater Rates Dashboard and Survey were created by the Environmental Finance Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Funding was provided by the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NH DES) and a cooperative agreeement with the US EPA. This Dashboard is part of the larger Smart Management for Small Systems nationwide project of the Environmental Finance Center Network. See the links below for more information on additional partners. The Rates Dashboard is updated periodically to provide the most accurate data for decision-making and analysis. Additional free resources for water and wastewater utilities are provided below.

Affordability
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2018 Percent Poverty
2018 Percent Below 2x Federal Poverty Income
2018 Median Household Income
2018 20th Percentile Income
2018 Unemployment
System and Community Info
Water System Characteristics Obtained from SDWIS and the CA Water Board
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Community Water System Name
Primary Water Source Type
Number of Monitoring Violations 2017-2020 ?
Number of Water Quality Violations 2017-2020 ?
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Percent of Connections that are Metered ?
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Community Characteristics Obtained from the Census Bureau ?
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Population 2010
Population Change
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