Another part of Tulsans' utility bills may go up this year.
City councilors are considering stormwater drainage rate increases of 9 percent. The fee applies to every parcel of developed land in the city.
Increases will likely continue for several years.
"The plan is to get this in place, and right now, I believe, the forecast is not this next year, but in two years, going to about 3 percent increases and not trying to be in the 9 and 8 range but try to get it more manageable," said Engineering Services Director Paul Zachary.