Welcome to the Utility Billings Office
The Utility Billings Office is responsible for the monthly billing and collection for water, sewer, and refuse. Meter Service operates under Utility Billing also.
View Your Bill (Bills printed after September 28, 2012)
Make a Payment:
In 1998, the Utility Billings Division and the Income Tax Division were combined to offer customers better "one-stop" service. There are three (3) Data Entry Operators and one (1) Computer Operator along with four (4) Meter Service Representatives. Kent Seeman is the Utility and Income Director.
Unusually high or low water or sewer bill:
For residential customers, both your water and your sewer bill is based on the water meter readings. If you believe your bill is lower than it should be, contact Utility Customer Service at 782-1946. If you believe your bill is higher than it should be, check these areas, then contact Utility Customer Service.
Do you have a leaky valve on a toilet? Most high consumption problems are caused by leaks in the toilet. To test for a leak, simply place food coloring in the upper tank of your toilet. Wait about five minutes and see if the color shows up in the bowl. If it does, you have a leaking valve that should be replaced.
Do you have faucets that drip? Even a slow drip can waste water and money and should be repaired.
Flow restrictors can be installed in the shower heads to reduce water consumption.