Retail and residential water and sewer rates will increase by four-percent now that the new budget is adopted.
City officials say the increase will bring in about $900-thousand revenue to the city.
Wholesale rates will be reduced by 32-percent for surrounding cities that purchase water from Wichita Falls.
The reduction will reduce revenue in the coming budget year by around a $1-million.
And property taxes will increase by about one penny per $100 of property value.
These changes take effect Oct. 1.
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