What is impervious area?
Impervious area is the area that will not allow stormwater to soak into the ground (infiltrate). Paved or hard-packed driveways, buildings, sidewalks and parking lots are all examples of impervious areas.

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1. What gives the Town the authority to charge me the stormwater fee?
2. Does this fee have to be paid by non-profit or governmental entities?
3. How do residents benefit from this utility?
4. How was the fee determined?
5. What is impervious area?
6. For commercial properties, how was impervious area determined?
7. Why do I have to pay the fee when I have already been required to have on-site detention on my commercial property?
8. As a commercial property owner, what do I do if I don’t agree with the calculation of the impervious area on the property?
9. What if I refuse to pay my bill?