Forms

From requests for public records to customer service to construction needs, we have a variety of forms available to help you receive various services. See the list below to determine which form(s) best serves you.

Customer

Agreement to landscape: water line easement– For a landowner who requests permission to place landscaping in a dedicated easement area.

Agreement for sign installation– For a landowner who requests permission to place a sign within an easement area of CUD. CUD may limit the size, height, and placement of the sign as a condition of giving permission.

Bank draft authorization– Submit this form for CUD to regularly draft your checking account for payment of water usage.

Community relations request– If you wish to host a guest speaker from CUD – or a visit from our mascot, Wally Water – please fill out and submit this form.

Fire hydrant application– CUD does not install fire hydrants except as part of construction. Individuals or a group of individuals may wish to have a hydrant installed at a specific location. This form is for individuals to request and receive approval for fire hydrant installation.

Irrigation/Pool Adjustment Form (for CUD STEP Sewer only) – Any customer, residential or commercial, may be eligible for one (1) rate adjustment per year. The adjustment will only be made on the sewer portion of the bill.

Landlord rollover cancellation– A landlord must cancel the agreement when a property has been sold to avoid any future billing to the account.

Landlord rollover program– To be filed when properties need to be added to this program.

Leak adjustment form– Any customer is eligible for a water leak adjustment if his/herwater usage is twice the normal monthly average, the house and/or service line is over 1 year old, and the customer has not had an adjustment in the past 12 months.

Neighbor-4-Neighbor– For families in our county who struggle to make ends meet, Neighbor-4-Neighbor assists customers who need short-term help in paying their residential water bill.

Pool Adjustment Form (Smyrna Sewer only) – Customers are eligible for one (1) pool adjustment per year. The rate adjustment will only be made on the sewer portion of the bill.

Private fire system maintenance agreement– For a landowner who intends to construct a private water distribution system for fire protection.

Public records policy and request– The Tennessee Public Records Act grants Tennessee citizens the right to access open public records that exist at the time of the request.

Sewer Adjustment Form (Murfreesboro Water only) – Any customer, residential or commercial, is eligible for one (1) pool adjustment per year.

Contractor

Agreement to landscape: water line easement– For a landowner who requests permission to place landscaping in a dedicated easement area.

Agreement for sign installation– For a landowner who requests permission to place a sign within an easement area of CUD. CUD may limit the size, height, and placement of the sign as a condition of giving permission.

Developer agreement– A two-page legal document for extension of water service for developers.

Developer packet– At nearly 30 pages, this downloadable resource carries everything from a water service availability request to a listing of CUD’s current fees to a landscape agreement.

Decentralized wastewater homebuilder lot approval– This form is required for the purchase of a permit for STEP sewer service.

Fire hydrant application– Most fire hydrants are installed by developers as part of new construction. CUD does not install fire hydrants except as part of construction. If you are a developer and require a public hydrant(s) for your development, please fill out this form.

Fire lines– All fire lines connected to CUD public water mains are metered. It will be the developer/contractor’s responsibility to furnish and install the meter as specified by CUD.

Meter application– For proper tap fee calculation and meter sizing, this form should be filled out electronically and emailed to CUDengineering@cudrc.com.

Plat certifications– This form covers STEP sewers, site plans for water, approval of water systems, and the final plat for fire sprinklers.

Private fire system maintenance agreement– For a landowner who intends to construct a private water distribution system for fire protection.

Technical specifications for CUD– This 56-page document speaks to topics ranging from materials needed for water line additions to excavation and backfill to maintenance obligations.

Water service availability request– Applicable to city and county planning authorities and sewer providers, as well as single-family, multi-family, and commercial fire protection.