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FY19 Utility Rates

City staff and City Council considered utility rate increases on August 2, 2018. The following rates increases have been proposed and will be further discussed at a public hearing being held on August 23, 2018 at the regularly scheduled council meeting. That hearing is open to the public.

2018 utility

Rate increases are being considered in order to fund much needed investments in aging infrastructure. Additionally, rate increases will assist in lowering our cash to debt ratio, which will save the city hundreds of millions of dollars in interest rates over the next few decades. See the full report from the August 2 first reading.

Next meeting is scheduled for:
  • Thursday, August 23, 2018,  at 6 p.m. (Public Hearing) -City Hall Council Chamber, 175 5th St. N.

If approved, the new utility rates will take effect on October 1. Read more.

Information about the Stormwater Tiered Rate Study

For more information, contact the Public Works Services Manager at 727-893-7297. 

The city of St. Petersburg annually reviews utility rates for water, wastewater, reclaimed and stormwater service. For FY 17, the city utility rates were increased for stormwater, wastewater and reclaimed water. Water and sanitation rates, including residential recycling, did not increase.

About Billing
Welcome to E-Bill Customer Service and Payments

St. Petersburg is Florida's first Green City, and E-Bill is another way we are helping the environment, reducing operating costs and making it easier for customers with computer access to review, manage and pay their utility bill electronically. 

Make A Payment (Credit, Debit or eCheck)

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Credit and Debit Customers - The City of St. Petersburg charges a $2.00 convenience fee for all credit card and debit card transactions made online or by phone.

NEW! Electronic Checks (eChecks) are now accepted at NO ADDITIONAL COST!

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P.O. Box 2842
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