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Sewer Districts

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Greater Queensbury Consolidated Sanitary Sewer District consists of several areas previously known as Pershing, Ashley & Coolidge, Route 9, Queensbury Consolidated, Queensbury Technical Park, and West Queensbury Consolidated Sanitary Sewer Districts.

Broadacres area currently serves 32 single family residents.

  • 3000 feet of sanitary mains

Northeast portion of the Town, including the Town’s business district of Queensbury, serving portions of Aviation Road, Quaker Road, Upper Glen Street, Bay Road, Ridge Road, Meadowbrook Road, and numerous other side streets.

  • 25 miles of sanitary mains
  • 16 grinder stations
  • 3 main lift station

Northwest portion of the Town. Route 9 from Weeks Road to Route 149, includes portions of Weeks Road, Sweet Road, and Lawton Avenue.

  • Constructed in 2004 and completed in 2005, serves mostly commercial area
  • 50,000 feet of sanitary mains
  • 2 main lift stations

Queensbury Technical Park is located off Dix Avenue.  In addition, a portion of Luzerne Road between Media Drive and Western Avenue South.

  • 15,000 feet of sanitary mains

Southern portion of the Town.  West Queensbury area including exit 18 off of I-87.  From the City of Glens Falls line at Western Avenue and Thomas Street to the area just past exit 18 on Corinth Road. Includes Carey Road Industrial Park and adjacent properties.

  • 18,510 feet of sanitary mains
  • Low-pressure force mains and gravity sewer
  • Grinder pumps are privately owned

Tax Rate: $23.2465 per unit

User Rate:

Residential: $5.50 per 1000 gallons

Commercial: $7.00 per 1000 gallons

Benefit Tax Unit Breakdown

Total Benefit Tax = Total Units x Tax Rate per Unit

Tax Rate: $23.2465 per unit

Total Units = Acre Units + Consumption Units

Consumption Units = Total Consumption / 365 for daily average, then the daily average is divided by 120 GPD x 1.5 Consumption is used only on commercial properties.

Acre Units are determined by the following schedules:

Residential Benefit Tax Class Descriptions and Units

Class Description Acre Units
A Dwelling Unit 1 acre or less 3
B Vacant residential per acre 1
B1 Vacant/Common area townhouse & condos up to 1 acre per dwelling unit 0
Apartment multiplier 1

Residential & Commercial Benefit Tax Class

Class Description Acre Units
A Dwelling Unit 1 acre or less 3
B Vacant residential per acre 1
B1 Vacant/Common area townhouse & condos up to 1 acre per dwelling unit 0
Apartment multiplier 1

Commercial Benefit Tax Class Descriptions and Units 

Class Description Acre Units
E Vacant land per acre 3
F Occupied up to 10 acres/per acre 6
Over 10 acres/per acre 9

Water Consumption Rate

Description Rate
120 gallons per day based on annual water consumption 1.5

Located in the Reservoir Park Development off Old Forge Road. Currently serving 25 single family residents. Sewage is treated by an on-site sub surface disposal system.

  • 1800 feet of sanitary main

User Rate: $495.40 per parcel per year (residential unit). This appears on the January Town & County Tax Bill.

Located in the South Queensbury area including portions of Queensbury Avenue and Dix Avenue, this serves the mostly industrial area and the Floyd Bennett Airport.

This district is made up of four municipalities, which include Queensbury, Warren County, Washington County, and Kingsbury.

  • 20,000 feet of sanitary mains
  • 2 main lift stations

The current design capacity of the main lift station is 103,680 gallons per day.

Tax Rate: $25.3800 per unit

User Rate: $5.50 per 1000 gallons per quarter

Benefit Tax Class Descriptions and Units

Class Description Acre Units
A Dwelling Unit 1 acre or less 2
A Plus metered water usage for every 120 GPD average 1.5
A Apartment multiplier 0.70
 B Vacant residential per acre 0.50
C Unoccupied Future Development per acre 4
D2 Wetlands per acre 0.20
E Vacant land per acre 0.50
F Occupied Commercial per acre 2
F Plus metered water usage for every 120 GPD average 1.5

What is a dedicated meter?

A dedicated meter is available to property owners located in a sanitary sewer district.  A dedicated meter will not benefit those properties outside of a sanitary sewer district, connected to septic systems.  The purpose of the dedicated meter is to charge for sewer on the water consumption that is flowing into the municipal sanitary sewer system and not charge sewer for the water used through a lawn irrigation system or garden hose spigot.  The Town of Queensbury plumbs dedicated meters on the main service line, not on a lawn irrigation line.  It is not a deduct meter.

The original water meter registers all water used inside and outside the home or business.  The water charges are based on the original water meter usage.

The dedicated meter is plumbed downstream of the original water meter, lawn irrigation, and garden hose spigot tee connection.  The dedicated meter registers all water used inside.  The water used inside must be going down a drain into the sanitary sewer system therefore the sewer charges are based on the dedicated meter water usage.

The property owner is responsible for buying the dedicated meter from the Town of Queensbury Water Department.  The meter man will install the dedicated meter. A pre-plumbing inspection is required before payment is accepted.  Please call 518-793-8866, Monday – Friday, between 8:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M. to arrange for a pre-plumbing inspection.

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