The city of Paso Robles is set to discuss possible changes to sewer rates for residents at Tuesday's City Council meeting.
If approved, it will be the first wastewater increase in more than four years.
The proposed 24% rate increase may come as early as this Summer. Then, rates would increase by 8% each year until 2025.
The city is also looking at a potential large upfront rate increase of 50%
After tonight's meeting, the the rate increase is set to be discussed again on Feb. 16, followed by a public hearing process.
The meeting is Tuesday, Feb. 6 at 6:30 p.m. The City Council meeting will be streamed live online.