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Utility Billing

Bills are due by the 12th of each month.
For questions on your bill call City Hall at (620) 327-4412.
Avoid late fees by using Automatic ACH.

Payments Options
  • Pay online. View bill anytime for no charge. ($1.50 per transaction)
  • Drop off your payment at one of two boxes located by City Hall 115 E Smith St, Hesston.
    There is a  drive-up tan box located on the south side of the cul-de-sac just west of City Hall. We also have a walk-up drop box to the right side of the City Hall entrance doors. Of course, during city business hours (M-F, 8am-5pm), you can drop off your payments inside.
  • Mail your check to: City of Hesston, PO Box 100, Hesston KS 67062.

New Utility Service
  • Account Set Up Fee - $20.00 (for all new connections and transfers)
  • Gas Deposit - $100.00 (applies to rentals and lease-purchased homes)
  • Water Deposit - $50.00 (applies to rentals and lease-purchased homes)
*New Business deposits: amounts are determined by projected monthly charges or default deposit above, whichever is higher.

Utility Bills
  • Bills are mailed out the end of each month. Call City Hall if you have not received your bill by the 5th of the month.
  • Bills are always due on the 12th of the month.
  • Bills not paid by the 25th of the month will result in your services being disconnected. To have your services reconnected, you will have to pay additional deposits, a reconnect fee and the full balance of the amount due. 
Usage Rates & Fees
Service Minimum Additional Charge
Gas $9.00 - 1st 1000 cubic feet $8.45 per 1000 cubic feet
over minimum
+/- fuel adjustment based on market rates
Gas Surcharge $1.90 per 1000 cubic feet --
Water $8.00 - 1st 3000 gallons $3.10 per 1000 gallons
over minimum
Water Fee $0.032 per 1000 gallons --
Sewer* $13.00 $3.25 per 1000 gallons
Trash / Recycling $18.00 $7.75 per additional trash cart
$10.25 per additional recycle cart
*Sewer rates are calculated once a year by averaging the monthly water usage from November 15th through March 15th. The new sewer rate calculated by this average will show up on your May 1st bill.

Utility Information & Recycling Guide