Water rates were increased across Hawaii Tuesday.
Oahu residents will also see an increase in sewer rates.
The Board of Water Supply says customers should expect a nearly 10 percent hike for the water portion of the bill to help pay for upgrades to 21,000 miles of aging pipes.
That averages to a 74 cent increase in monthly billing charges and a 35 cent charge for every 1,000 gallons used.
This marks the fourth year of a five-year schedule of hikes.
The next increase kicks in July of 2015.
On Kauai, the county's Department of Water made its final scheduled water rate increase.
The 11.22 percent increase applies to both general and agricultural classes of service.
For the average customer who uses 7,500 gallons of water per month, the increase will amount to 16 cents per day or $4.95 per month and bring their total monthly bill to $50.65.