- You are building a new structure
- You are tearing down and rebuilding a structure
- You are adding square footage to any structure
- You are adding capacity to an existing account
- There is a change in use
The district will verify compliance with all applicable requirements, calculate connection fees, and generate a connection fee invoice for the customer.
It is best to contact the district with any changes to ensure that you are grandfathered for existing square footage and verify that there is the ability to have water and wastewater service.
- Residential Assessment
- Commercial Assessment
- Mixed Use Assessment
- Meter Sizing (Fixture Count) Form
- FORM B1 – Requirements Checklist for New Service Line Inspection
- Once the application is started, it needs to be completed and submitted or the data entered will be lost.
- Please ensure all required documents are attached per the Rules & Regulations.
- Complete applications may take up to two weeks for processing from the date of submittal.
- Please see our Online Application Portal Guide for more information on the application portal process.
You can apply online using our connection application portal.
The district collects a system impact fee for the right to connect to the water or sewer system. The amounts of these fees vary by location, district, and type of facility. Impact fees are calculated based on square footage for residential, assessment of fixtures for commercial, and a combination of both for mixed use.
Other fees that may be required prior to connection to the system could include plant investment fees, water storage fees, and inclusion fees. Please contact a customer service representative for more information on fees that may be applicable at 970-477-5451.
All impact fees must be mailed or delivered to our main office at 846 Forest Road, Vail, CO 81657.
Call 811 Before You Dig
A call must be placed to 811 before every digging project, from simple landscaping projects like planting trees or shrubs, to building a deck or installing a mailbox. Don’t make a judgment call, make a phone call. Call 811 two-three business days before digging to have underground utilities marked. Learn more