What is an equivalent stormwater unit?
An equivalent stormwater unit (ESU) is the estimated amount of stormwater generated by impervious surfaces on each parcel of developed property. The ESU for Pensacola is 2,998 square feet, proposed in fiscal year 2012, or the amount of impervious area for the median single-family property.

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1. What is a stormwater utility fee?
2. How is the fee assessed?
3. What is an equivalent stormwater unit?
4. What is the charge per equivalent stormwater unit?
5. How will the stormwater utility fee be billed and collected?
6. Is the stormwater utility fee a tax?
7. Will a small house pay the same as a large house?
8. Are commercial properties charged a fee?
9. What will the new money generated by the fee pay for?