Utility services include electricity, water, sewer, solid waste collection and storm drainage. Customer service representatives work with customers to provide service information, schedule service connections and disconnections, solve billing problems and secure payments on accounts.
Yes, you can view your most recent bill online, along with the two prior billings. You also can sign up for email notification so that you will receive an email notice from us when your new utility bill is available for viewing.
If you no longer want a copy of your bill mailed to you each month, sign up for paperless billing (this option automatically enrolls you for email notification, so make sure we have a valid email address for you.) When your due date arrives, remember that you can easily pay your bill on line too. For more complete information on this process, please click on the link below:
There is an easy way to pay your City of Longmont utility bill without ever writing a check, buying postage stamps, or driving to the nearest utility payment drop box. You can have your utility bill payment withdrawn automatically from your checking or savings account each month using our Automated Payment System. And, it's free of charge! With our Automated Payment System, your utility bill is always paid on time. Your bill, reflecting the amount of the payment to be withdrawn from your checking or savings account, is mailed to you in advance of the actual funds transfer. This gives you plenty of time to balance your checkbook or raise any concerns prior to payment. For more information about our Automated Payment System please call a customer service representative at (303) 651-8664.
Call Utility Billing at (303) 651-8664 and a customer service representative will review your account with you. You may be referred to one of our utility departments for more information or to arrange for a utility employee to meet with you at your property. Click on the link below for more information on why your utility bill might change from one month to the next.
If your utility service has been discontinued, and you feel this was done in error, please call Utility Billing Customer Service at (303) 651-8664 between 8 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday. Evenings and weekends, you will be automatically connected to our answering service.
If your utility service has been discontinued for nonpayment, the full amount of the past due bill and collection fees must be paid before service is reinstated. If additional information is needed, call Customer Service at (303) 651-8664 between 8 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday. Evening and weekends, your call will be handled by our answering service.
Utility bills are mailed every 30 days. The due date for your bill is printed on the bill. If you are unable to pay by the date noted on your bill and you wish to make a payment arrangement, please call Utility Billing Customer Service at (303) 651-8664 between 8 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday. Payment arrangements are made on a case-by-case basis. Failure to pay your bill may result in your service being disconnected.
If you receive a disconnect notice and payment has been made, please call Utility Billing Customer Service at (303) 651-8664 between 8 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday.
A drop box for payment is located across the street from the Civic Center on Kimbark Street between 3rd Avenue and 4th Avenue. Drop box payments must be received before 6 am Monday through Friday to be posted the same day. For your protection, do not place cash in the drop boxes. Please call (303) 651-8664 between 8 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday if you have questions.
Click on the link below to connect, disconnect or transfer service online. To transfer or disconnect service, you will need your account number from a billing statement. Or, you can call Utility Billing at (303) 651-8664 between 8 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday to connect, disconnect or transfer service. Allow three business days for online service or two business days if you call the office. For more information on this process, please click the link below:
You can pay your bill online, mail your payment with your monthly bill stub, pay at the Civic Center at either the Cashier or Utility Billing window, drop your payment and bill stub in the drop box across the street from the Civic Center, or sign up for electronic bill payment. The Civic Center is located at 350 Kimbark Street and is open to customers for payments Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 am to 5 pm and Tuesday and Thursday from 7:45 am to 6 pm. You can charge your bill to a debit or credit card by calling (303) 651-8664 weekdays between 8 am and 5 pm. You also can pay your bill with a debit or credit card 24 hours a day with the automated bill pay system. Call (303) 774-4370 and select option 4. Click on the links below for more information.
If you would like to pay your utility bill online you must register online first. To do that, we will need your Social Security number in our billing system for security purposes, and you will need your account number from a monthly billing statement when you register. Click on the link below to get started:
Account history, payment information, and electric and water usage history are available to you by signing up for online access. Just click on the link below to get started.
Call Utility Billing at (303) 651-8664 between 8 am and 5 pm weekdays. A customer service representative will work with you to get your bill paid. You also can call the OUR Center at (303) 772-5529 for an appointment. They may be able to help you pay your bill. From November through April you can apply for the state's LEAP program if you have an all-electric home with no gas heat. Call 1 (866) 432-8435 or call Longmont Utility Billing at (303) 651-8664 to have a LEAP application mailed to you.
The monthly service charge is based on the actual service cost for each meter at an address, whether the meter is water or electric. This service charge covers reading the meter and billing and collection costs. The monthly charge for wastewater covers the costs to maintain the lines that collect wastewater.
The owner of the property, rather than the realtor or title company, must call the City to disconnect utilities. Allow at least 24 hours for this to be completed. In most cases, the City will send the final bill for your service to your title company. That company will call the City prior to your closing to get an estimate of your final bill and escrow that amount for payment to the City. This assures they can provide clear title to the buyer. Call Utility Billing at (303) 651-8664 weekdays between 8 am. and 5 pm if you have questions or are ready to disconnect your service.
Your bank is requesting the City of Longmont's 9-digit ZIP code, which is 80501-5500. This can be found on the return address of the payment stub on your bill. You also can find it wherever the City's address appears on our website.
Utility services provided by the City of Longmont include water, sewer, electric, refuse collection, and storm drainage. New customers moving into the area and wishing to connect service should call (303) 651-8664 between 8 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday. New customers who are renting are required to make a $100 deposit for utility service or provide a letter from another electric utility indicating that the customer disconnected service within the previous six months and was not delinquent at the previous utility. Commercial customers are required to make a deposit for three times the average monthly bill associated with the address where service is being connected. In lieu of a deposit, a commercial customer may provide a letter of credit. Please call to connect service at least one business day in advance. For more information on connection procedures call (303) 651-8664 weekdays between 8 am and 5 pm.
The City of Longmont's Utility Billing Office offers online access at www.ci.longmont.co.us.
Before you begin, you will need your customer number from your billing statement in order to register. Residential customers must also have their Social Security number on file with Utility Billing Customer Service in order to register; commercial customers should call Utility Billing at 303-651-8664 and give staff a 4-digit PIN to register.
If you are signing up for the first time to view your utility information, you may also be required to download the current version of Java software for access; please accept that message if it appears on your screen during the registration process.During the registration process, you will be asked for your email address, and you will be required to provide this information in order to complete registration. This is to give us the ability to send your password to you via email if you forget and so we can contact you if we have questions regarding information you have sent to us.
After you register you can access your utility account with the City of Longmont, make credit or debit card payments to your account, and connect or disconnect service.
Basic account access includes information about what you owe the City, what payments you have made, and information about your water and electric usage at both your current address and other Longmont addresses where you have lived in the last several years.
Utility Billing Customer Service is located in the Civic Center at 350 Kimbark Street and is open from 8 am to 5 pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday and from 7:45 am to 6 pm Tuesday and Thursday. You also can call (303) 651-8664 between 8 am and 5 pm weekday to speak to a customer service representative.
The Utility Billing office is located at 350 Kimbark Street. Hours are 8 am to 5 pm Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and 7:45 am to 6 pm Tuesday and Thursday. You can make payments in person during those hours. A drop box for payments is located across the street from the Civic Center on Kimbark Street between 3rd Avenue and 4th Avenue. Drop box payments must be received before 6 am Monday through Friday to be posted the same day. For your protection, do not place cash in the drop boxes. If you have questions regarding your utility bill call (303) 651-8664 between 8 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday.
Would you like to pay the same amount each month on your City of Longmont utility bill? Our Budget Billing Program allows you to pay equal amounts each month based on the average total of your charges over a one-year period. To sign up for budget billing, you must have lived at your current address for at least six months and have no past due balances. Call Utility Billing Customer Service at (303) 651-8664 between 8 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday.