Rates

Detailed information on our current electric,water, & wastewater rates can be found below:

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ELECTRIC - April 1, 2013
RESIDENTIAL: Customer Charge: Urban $7.00/month
+ Energy Charge: $0.1045
+/- Power Adjustment
Residential Service - Optional Time of Day (See Schedule on file).
GENERAL: (Commercial): Single Phase: $7.00/Month
3 Phase: $12.00/Month
+ Energy Charge: $0.1045
+/- Power Adjustment
SMALL POWER: (75 kw to 200 kw)
Customer Charge: $40.00/Month
+ Demand Charge: $6.70
+ Distribution Demand: $1.75 per kw
+ Energy Charge: $0.0670
+/- Power Adjustment
LARGE POWER TIME-OF-DAY (over 200 kw)
See schedule on file.
SECURITY LIGHTS
See schedule on file.
GARBAGE - January 2015
$12.00/month/Residential Unit
WATER - November 5, 2018                                                                  
Monthly Service Charges:                                                            
5/8 inch meter - $9.89              3 inch meter - $60.77                  
3/4 inch meter - $9.89              4 inch meter - $86.52                 
1 inch meter - $16.48             6 inch meter - $140.08
1 1/4 inch meter - $21.63       8 inch meter - $201.88
1 1/2 inch meter - $26.78     10 inch meter - $282.22
2 inch meter $40.17             12 inch meter - $374.92
Plus Volume Charges
First 17,000 gallons used each month - $2.82 per 1,000 gallons
Next 117,000 gallons used each month - $2.10 per 1,000 gallons
Over 134,000 gallons used each month - $1.52 per 1,000 gallons
 
MONTHLY PUBLIC FIRE PROTECTION - November 5, 2018
5/8 inch meter - $11.38         3 inch meter - $45.63
3/4 inch meter - $11.38         4 inch meter - $56.24
1 inch meter - $14.73            6 inch meter - $66.74
1 1/4 inch meter - $18.64      8 inch meter - $77.35
1 1/2 inch meter - $22.15    10 inch meter - $91.36
2 inch meter - $35.12        12 inch meter - $104.03
 
SEWER - July 1, 2015
Monthly Service Charge: $11.00
Plus Volume Charge of: $12.50/1,000 gal.
Surcharges affect "Wet" industries.

 

Customer Bill of Rights

City Utilities is regulated by the Wisconsin Public Service Commission. You can read your rights as a municipal utility customer by downloading a copy of the WPSC Customer Bill of Rights.

Energy Assistance Program

For some customers, including seniors on fixed incomes, energy expenses can be a financial burden. Our local Energy Assistance Program is designed to help income-qualifying households cover their energy costs and reduce the financial burden they face.