Utility Billing Office
On September 14th, from approximately 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., the New Utility Billing System Munis Self Service online payment portal will be temporarily unavailable. The City will be upgrading the portal to allow users to link multiple accounts and to position the City to accept other payments types in the future (ex. Personal Property and Real Estate Taxes) through the same portal. We anticipate that online services will be restored by 8:00 p.m. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your patience as we continue to transition to our new online payment system. For more information, please visit the New Utility Billing System page located at the link to the left.
City of Fredericksburg residents in single-family and duplex households receive drinking water, sewer, and refuse / recycling collection services from the city.
Refuse and recycling are optional services except in high density areas (townhomes) where refuse is required.
Billing for city customers is bi-monthly.
Water and sewer service fees are based on the size of the water meter serving the property. These fixed charges are billed bi-monthly and are designed to recover fixed operational costs such as meter reading, customer service operations and general administrative overhead.
Effective July 2019
|Water Meter Size||Bi-Monthly Water Service Fee|
- The consumption fee for water service for the City is $0.277 per 100 gallons
|Water Meter Size||Bi-Monthly Sanitary Sewer Service Fee|
- The consumption fee for sanitary sewer service for the City is $0.542 per 100 gallons
- Water/Sewer Charge Worksheet (PDF)
Note: Water meters must be free of obstructions such as cars, landscaping, leaves, or other objects at all times. ONLY City employees are authorized to open meter lids.
Effective July 2019
|Customer Type||Bi-Monthly Fee|
- Trash charges will appear on the same bill as water & sewer services.
City curbside trash and recycling collection service is available for most neighborhoods. Collection schedule is based on the neighborhood in which you live. Call Utility Billing Department, 372-1182, to start or stop service.