Utility bills are due upon receipt and will be considered past due if not paid within 15 days from the date of billing. A 5% late fee will be assessed on the past due amount and applied to the past due bill. Rules, regulations, and rates of the Boulder City Utility Billing Department are available for public inspection on the menu at the left of this page, or at the Utility Office during regular business hours.
The city requires a deposit as follows:
Homeowner - $100 Non-homeowner - $125 Deposits will be refunded as a credit to your account after 12 consecutive months of good payment history. If you cancel service the deposit will be applied to the balance of your final bill. If a credit balance remains you will receive a check in the mail.
Note: A non refundable $25 account setup fee is charged for establishing or moving service at an address.
Tired of high summer electric bills? Use Boulder City's Equal Payment Plan to average your last 12 months usage. Then you pay the same amount each month. No more surprises in the summertime. Applications are available at the Utility Office (restrictions apply). You can still take advantage of the Automatic Payment Plan while on the Equal Payment Plan.
Disputed Bill Procedure
If you have a question concerning the amount of your bill, you may call the Utility Office.
Notice of Delinquency / Termination
A reminder notice is mailed to the account holder if the utility bill is not paid within 15 days of billing. A disconnect notice is mailed to the account holder if the utility bill is not paid within 5 days of the reminder notice being sent. If the utility bill is not paid by the date and time given on the disconnect notice, service is terminated.
Once service has been terminated for nonpayment, service will not be reinstated until the delinquent bill is paid in full, plus the payment of a turn on / off fee. Returned checks may also result in termination of service. Service will not be reinstated until the returned check is paid, plus the payment of a turn on / off fee.