Yea, It would not just be running a 1 1/2" plastic line to the house, they would make us put in a standard water main pipes next to road with hydrants so any other residents would have option to hook up.
When they ran water lines through my neighborhood in 2001, they gave us a "deal" on hookup, the " low, low price of $4200" just to hook up to main and get a meter. Then I had to pay plumber to run limne into house and hook to house, including disconnecting my current well. Told them I will keep my well and htey could keep their city water, it only cost electric to run pump and about 3-40# bags of salt every 2 months in the softener.
Thanks. That system would probably be too small and the softener will actually be a very small part of my issue. I have to address the iron and the high content of total dissolved solids ( TDS) being sodium. Even if I go with iron filter, then softener, I will have to get a whole house Reverse osmosis system to remove the sodium and TDS levels to still be able to use the water.