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Posted on: November 10, 2021

Watch for your November utility bill

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Utility bills were sent out the week of November 8 by mail, or by email (if you are registered through our 3rd party payment provider Payment Service Network - PSN).

Overall the estimated billed consumption is approximately 26% higher than this same billing period in 2020 and over 65% higher than 2019. The Lakeville Water Treatment Facility has been producing over 19% more water from April-October compared to this period in 2020. During the month of June alone, the City produced 65% more water compared to 2020.

The increases in consumption and water production are assumed to be due to this season's drought conditions and outdoor watering. Residents might see an increase in their bills as a result of the increased consumption. Get water conservation tips at

2022 Fee Schedule
The City Council will be considering changes to the City Fee Schedule at their regular meeting on Monday, December 6, 2021. This includes fees for utility services (water, sewer, environmental resources, streetlights), recreation programs, development, etc.

You will be able to find the specific meeting agenda packet for more information at The agenda will be available online late in the week of November 29. You can also sign up to get agendas sent to you by email. Click on the blue "Sign up now" button.

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