Considering Making the Connection to City Water or City Sewer? Here is what you need to know.
The costs to connect to City water effective October 1, 2018 - September 30, 2019 based on a standard size 80 ft. lot. *Fees are subject to change.
**Payment Plans are available. Please contact us to determine your specific connection costs. The meter installation & deposit are not eligible for the payment plan.
The costs to connect to City sewer effective October 1, 2018 - September 30, 2019 based on a standard size 80 ft. lot. *Fees are subject to change.
**Payment Plans are available. Please contact us to determine your specific connection costs. The deposit is not eligible for the payment plan.
*Please contact us to determine your specific connection costs. The meter installation (for water)and deposits are not eligible for the payment plan.
Here's how to Get Connected:
- Determine if Water or Sewer Service is Available in Your Area.
Click here to view an interactive map.
- Determine Your Connection Costs.
Please contact our Customer Service Office to verify your specific costs.
Email Customer Service or call 321.952.3420
- Complete An Application
- Pay Connection Charges.
How do I Make a Payment Plan for My Connection Costs? Palm Bay Utilities Department provides residents an opportunity to make payments for their connection costs up to five years through a Connection Payment Agreement. To make payments your charges you will need to meet with a member of our staff. We also ask that you review the Connection Payment Agreement prior to your appointment.
- (For Septic to Sewer) Get Connected to the System.
- Once the application process is complete, the Utilities Customer Service Office will issue a work order to have the clean-out and/or tap-in point located for the sewer service lateral connection.
- It is recommended that you obtain the services of a licensed septic tank contractor to perform the abandonment of the septic tank. The contractor or the property owner will need to obtain a permit from the Department of Health's Environmental Health Services Office. You may contact the Department of Health by calling 321.633.2100 and selecting option 1.
- A building permit will also need to be obtained from the City's Building Division located in the City Hall Annex at 120 Malabar Road SE. Phone: 321.953.8924.
- Once permits have been obtained from DOH and the Building Division, the licensed septic contractor will perform the abandonment. An environmental health inspector will conduct an on-site inspection at the time of abandonment.
- It is recommended that homeowners obtain the services of a Florida licensed and insured plumber to perform the connection from the sewer lateral to your home. It is also recommended to perform this connection prior to septic tank abandonment so there will not be an interruption of service.
Other Helpful Links
Brevard County Health Dept. Environmental Health Services Office
City of Palm Bay Building Division