Utility Service Line Incentive Program


The purpose of the Water and Sewer Service Line Incentive Program is to create a reasonable and cost effective policy which encourages property owners to replace their private service lines that have been identified as in need of repair or replacement. 


This program was created to encourage Fraser property owners to replace private service lines that have been identified to be in need of repair or replacement before the useful life of these lines deteriorates to the point that the line terminally fails. Funding for this program is at the discretion of the Town Board and may be terminated at anytime. 

Why You Should Replace Your Service Line(s)

Leaking water lines waste valuable resources and customer dollars producing water that is never consumed. Leaking sanitary sewer lines can allow excessive groundwater infiltration into the sewer collection system for unnecessary treatment, again costing utility customers unnecessary expenses and potential rate increases for costly system upgrades.

Private Service Line

It is the portion of pipe (water or sewer) where it is tapped into the respective Town-owned main pipe in the public right-of-way (ROW) and serves the adjoining dwelling.

Program Criteria


This program applies to any Fraser property owner of private water or sewer service line(s) which have been identified to be in need of repair or replacement and whose utility accounts are not delinquent.

Payment Plan Options

  • $500 credit to customers utility account
  • Access Permit fees and surety are waived (a completed Access Permit is required)
  • Asphalt and concrete in the public ROW is replaced by the Town at its expense
  • Low interest loan program available at the discretion of the Town Board.

Application Process

Property owners interested in applying for this incentive program or who would like additional information should contact the Public Works Department at 970-726-5491, ext. 205. 

A completed Access Permit Application needs to be submitted to the Public Works department to begin the process. Once the application has been reviewed and approved, a Public Works representative will contact the owner to schedule an on-site property survey.

Service line replacement work needs to be completed between April 15th and October 15th.