Utility bills are sent out quarterly, through the City's Finance Department. Your utility bill includes fees for water, sanitary sewer, street lighting services, environmental resources, and state testing.
The City has a contract with RMR Services to read residential meters for billing. The meter readers wear identifying clothing and drive specially marked cars. Meter readers record usage from the outside readout device - they do not need to enter your home.
Click here to register for eUtilityBilling, an online tool which allows you to search all your utility account information, pay your utility bill online, or sign up for the automatic payment plan.
With eUtilityBilling, you can view your account information, including:
You can also use online utility services to do the following:
How to register for eUtilityBilling
To see the current schedule of utility rates, download the document below.
Opening or closing an account
Opening or closing an account requires a meter reading, which is provided free of charge. To schedule a reading, contact Utility Billing at (952) 985-4580.
Utility payment drop boxes
Utility payment drop boxes can be found at the following locations:
Automatic bill paying
Have you forgotten to pay your utility bill? Avoid costly interest charges and hassles by enrolling in the Automatic Payment Plan. Download the form below to sign up.
Conserve water - reduce water costs
Faulty plumbing and irrigation of lawns can result in high water consumption. Download the brochure below to learn water-saving tips.
Utility rate analysis
The Lakeville City Council requested its financial advisor, Springsted Inc., to prepare a water and sanitary sewer analysis to determine the appropriate utility rates for 2014. The analysis recommended increases for both water and sanitary sewer rates. Download the report below.
Utility rate analysis: November 25, 2013