Representatives with Madison Water Utility will be holding a meeting to get input on a proposed rate increase from the public, according to a release.
MWU submitted a rate application last month with the Public Service Commission, asking for a 30 percent revenue increase, officials said.
Base charges would increase for most customers by $2.62 a month, officials said. Usage charges would transition to a conservation rate, which means they would vary depending on the time of year and the amount used.
Customers currently pay $2.81 per 1,000 gallons of water used, but under the conservation rate plan customers would pay $2.96 per 1,000 gallons used during the off-peak season from October to May regardless of how much water is used.