2010-2019 water rates data from 30 major U.S. cities. The interactive graphs show average monthly residential water prices for three levels of consumption and the annual percent change
Circle of Blue’s annual survey of water rates in 30 U.S. cities found the slowest rate of increase since the survey began in 2010. Reporter Brett Walton discusses financial trends that affect water bills for tens of millions of U.S. households.
Water Rates Dashboard
This interactive graphic shows eight years of water rates data from 30 major U.S. cities. The graphs above show average monthly residential water prices for three levels of consumption (top) and the annual percent change (bottom). Use the buttons on the left side to show the same data for a single year or city.
A Seattle-based reporter for Circle of Blue. He writes our Federal Water Tap, a weekly breakdown of U.S. policy. Interests: Southwest, Pacific Northwest, Pricing, Infrastructure. Contact Brett Walton