Rates & Policies

Listed below, you will find our current rates and policies as well as Hawley WSC's new rates effective January 2020.  If you do not find the information you need, please contact our office and we will provide it for you.

During the October 10, 2019 regular called meeting of the Hawley Water Supply Corporation, the Board of Directors voted to adjust the water rates for all customers. Due to the rate structure from Abilene, the Board had no choice to raise the water rates.

Below you will find the current rate schedule and the new rate schedule. These rates will go into effect in December 2019 and will be on January 2020 billing.


 0 - 1,000 gallons

 $30.00 minimum

 1,000 - 14,999 gallons

 $8.25 per thousand

 15,000 - 24,999 gallons

 $9.25 per thousand

 25,000 - 49,999 gallons

 $10.50 per thousand

 50,000 and up

 $12.00 per thousand




$35.00 minimum 

0 - 14,999 gallons

$9.75 per thousand

15,000 - 24,999 gallons

$10.75 per thousand 

25,000 - 49,999 gallons

$12.00 per thousand

50,000 and up

$15.50 per thousand




1,000 gallons $44.75
2,000 gallons $54.50
3,000 gallons $64.25
4,000 gallons $74.00
5,000 gallons $83.75
6,000 gallons $93.50
7,000 gallons $103.25
8,000 gallons $133.03
9,000 gallons $122.75
10,000 gallons $132.50


Standard Residential Service Rates - Effective January 2020

Monthly Minimum:
$ 35.00
Tier (gal.): $/1,000 gal.:
0-14,999 $9.75
15,000-24,999 $10.75
25,000-49,999 $12.00
50,000 and up $15.50

Your water meter is read each month, typically around the 20th of the month. In 2011-12 we replaced every meter system wide to a Automated Meter Reader system (AMR). This means we do not have to physically read your meter by hand writing the reading down and exposing ourselves to human error. Instead, we download the routes onto an onboard computer and drive-by your home/property to read the meters. Each meter has a specific frequency id number on the register and no two meters are alike. We recieve numerous calls stating the meter is covered with dirt and does not look like the meter is being read. With the AMR's, there is no reason to uncover the dirt around the meter to expose the register.