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Residents age 65 and older and disabled persons may apply for a discount on their utility bills. Eligible residents receive half off their water service charge and half off the sewer base charge. The income guidelines for qualification are as follows:
Fill out the Utility Bill Discount Application (PDF) and bring it into Little Canada City Center along with your proof of income.
Yes, we have two different options available for automatic payment!
If you have any questions regarding payment options, please call 651-766-4029.
Payments can be made by made by:
For your convenience, there is an after hours drop box at Little Canada City Center where you can deposit your payments. Please deposit checks only in this box.
Yes, our payment drop box is located at Little Canada City Center next to the front door. Please deposit payments by check only.
Final bills can be scheduled by using our online form, by calling 651-766-4038, or by emailing us.
Little Canada's utility rates are as follows:
$3.98/1,000 gallons (1st and 4th quarters/Winter Use)$4.14/1,000 gallons (2nd and 3rd quarters/Summer Use)
$48.85 per quarter minimum charge (up to 7,000 gallons of water used). $4.34/1,000 gallons of water used after minimum based on water usage recorded during the 1st quarter billing.
$55.91 flat rate per quarter
$48.85 per quarter minimum charge (up to 7,000 gallons of water used). $4.34/1,000 gallons of water used after the minimum.
Every property owner with water available to them is charged a water service charge. This charge is for maintenance of the water mains. The current rate is $15.37/SAC charge as assigned by Metropolitan Council.
Every property owner who is connected to City water is charged a State surcharge for the State of Minnesota's lead testing program. The current rate is $2.43 per quarter.
Every owner of a single family/duplex dwelling is billed for trash & recycling on their quarterly utility bill. To view the current trash & recycling rates, please visit our Organized Trash & Recycling Collection page.
Some reasons for high water usage are as follows:
Water meters usually slow down when they break. Our Public Works Department will test the meter if you wish. However, if nothing is found wrong with the meter, you will be charged for this service.