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Utility Bills

Utility bills will be mailed in late February, June, and October with payments due in late March, July, and November. Utility bills can be paid online or at the City offices at 2 Lincoln Street with credit or debit card for a convenience fee of 2.65% for credit cards or 1.5% for debit cards, minimum charge of $1.95. 

Would you like to pay your utilities automatically? The Finance Department offers a direct debit program to your authorized checking or savings account on the due date. To enroll, please complete the following form. 

Automatic Utility Payment Agreement (PDF)

Contact Information

Utility Bill Information
802-878-6944, Option 6

Utility Rates

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Click Here for a detailed explanation of your City utility bill.

Water Leaks

Think that your "small leak" doesn't matter?  Think again!

A "running" toilet can waste two gallons of water per minute. 60 min x 24 hours=1,440 minutes/day x 2 gal.min= 2880 gallons/ day.

2880gallons x 182 days = 524,160 gallons or 70,074cf for a 6 month bill. Possible Bill as of 7/1/19 rates .0343/cf = over $2,400

A silent leak in a toilet can waste up to 7,000 gallons of water per month. 7,000 gal/month / 30 days = 233 gallons/day.

233 gallons x 182 =42,406 gallons or 5,669 cf for a 6 month bill. Possible bill as of 7/1/19 rates .0343/cf = over $190 in addition to normal usage and fixed charges.

A water faucet left on can use between 2.5-5 Gal/min. Often over looked is a leaking outside faucet or hose. If left on overnight possible 3,600 gallons wasted.

According to WaterSense, leaky faucet that drips at the rate of one drip per second can waste more than 8 gallons/day or 3,000 gallons per year.

Champlain Valley Water District Info

Current and past water quality reports