Utility Billing

Utility Billing Information
Utility billing (Water & Sewer) is a monthly bill. Your bill is in the form of a postcard with 1/3 perforated to be returned with your payment. Your utility bill will arrive on or before the 1st business day of each month and is due on or before the 25th of each month. There is a late fee on any unpaid balance paid after the 25th of the month. If you have any questions regarding your water meter or utility bill, contact City Hall at (320) 963-3611.

Automatic Meter Reading
We are currently reading water meters in the City of Maple Lake by radio remote.

Utility Billing FAQs
Below is a list of commonly requested information regarding your Maple Lake Utility Bill. If you have any questions about your bill that are not addressed on this web page, please contact Elizabeth Borell.

Your utility bill is in the form of a postcard. 1/3 is perforated, to be returned with your payment. This bill includes charges for Water usage, Sewer usage, Plant Charge (Wastewater Treatment Plant debt reduction), Base Charge (water availability) and Minnesota Water Testing Fee.

The billing cycle is as follows: at the end of each month — bills are mailed out. The billing usage is for the previous month i.e.: January 30 bill is for December usage. The bills are due on the 25th of each month. There is a late fee for payments received after the 25th of the month.

Create a user account and utilize online bill pay.  You will need your account number and register for this service.  Do not use dashes in your account number.

If you have higher than normal water usages you could have a plumbing leak. Possible problems include: toilets (sometimes they run silently), water heaters (check for leaking), faucets (in warmer weather this may include outside faucets) or water softeners (may be recharging more often). One easy way to see if your have a problem: Read your meter right before bedtime and once again when you get up. If you use more than 10 — 20 gallons overnight, there is a problem.

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