Frozen Water Lines: KMU has been receiving calls from residents concerned about water lines freezing like they did in 2014. To date, KMU has not received reports of any freezing problems this winter, but you may want to monitor the temperature of your water. If your water temperature runs below 38 degrees, you may want to consider letting your water run in a stream the size of a pencil. If you begin running your water, please call the City office (789-6415) so we are aware of the reason for a higher usage on your bill. At this time, there will be no credit for additional water used for this purpose. Please refer to the updated frozen water policy that was included in your December bills for more information
Meter reading usually begins on or around the 15th of the month, and bills are sent out between the 25th and 28th. The 10th of the following month is the due date.
Application for utility services. Just complete and return in person to City Hall. We must make a copy of your Legal I.D. for our records.
Application to have your utility bills paid through direct withdrawal. Just complete and return to City Hall.
Rebate Program for Residential Customers: Follow this link http://www.cmmpa.org (click on CIP) for forms and information regarding current rebates or click on the links below to find your forms for 2014.
For your convenience:
Need Assistance?: Call to see if you qualify for energy assistance: Three Rivers Community Action, Goodhue County
Salvation Army HeatShare Program: Go to "What's New" on this website for complete details and downloadable form to make contributions.
Click Here to view the most current drinking water report