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This is an annual charge required by the State of Minnesota to pay for costs incurred by the state to implement federal regulations pertaining to the Safe Drinking Water Act.
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Based on your billing cycle, residential bills are sent out quarterly and due on the 20th of the month.
There are several ways to pay your utility bill including online, phone, mail or in-person. More information on payment options
NOTE: As of August 29, 2023, the City of Oakdale is no longer using Payment Services Network (PSN) for utility billing payments or other City payments. Customers previously enrolled in auto pay will need to re-enroll in the new system. You will need to have your new account number accessible after your first new bill arrives, or call 651-739-5086 to receive your new account number.
Yes. You can sign up for paperless, electronic billing through the new online payment system. You will need to have your new account number accessible after your first new bill arrives, or call 651-739-5086 to receive your new account number.
No worries, simply call the Utility Billing Department and we will mail or email you a replacement bill.
Check your usage on your bill; has it increased significantly compared to previous quarters or years? This will increase your water usage charge and possibly your sewer usage charge, depending on what time of the year it is. Think of reasons your usage may have gone up like outside watering, house guests, filling a pool, maybe even a leak.
This is your water usage per quarter and the letter represents the month your meter was read. Your most current reading is on the right.
Your average annual sewer usage is established during your winter billing quarter. This is usually the quarter with the most water going into the wastewater system and not outside.
This is a maintenance fee for all signal lights and street lights throughout Oakdale. All residents pay this fee.