Comprehensive bill for various city utilities Your bill includes charges for all public services in the city of Austin. It may include charges for drainage, electricity, solid waste, utility, wastewater and water. Your bill includes utility charges for the City of Austin. Depending on where you live, this may include charges for drainage, electricity, solid waste, utility, wastewater and water. Depending on where you live in our service area, you may be billed for electric service, water service, or both.
You may also be billed for other city services and rates. As with all other public services in the City of Austin, payments can be made online (including automatic payment), in person at a public service center in the city of Austin, or by mail (with a personal check, cashier's check, or money order). If you receive other utilities from the City of Austin, your bill could include charges for water, wastewater, solid waste, recycling and public service. Deposit exemptions are available, and City of Austin Utilities refunds deposits with interest when certain conditions are met.
If you already have one of these cable TV providers in Austin, you can contact a customer service representative online or by phone to help you transfer services to your new address. Payments can be made online (including automatic payment), in person at a public service center in the city of Austin, or by mail (with a personal check, a cashier's check, or a money order). To help you with your next move, we've compiled a list of Austin-area utility providers in all categories. If you receive electric service from Austin Energy, your bill will include tiered charges for your electricity use.
The Multifamily Partnership Program (MPP) provides for the automatic transfer of public services from vacant rents to the landlord's name. If you're moving from another area and want to get the Austin area code, you'll need to contact your current cell phone company for a new phone number. The utility company of the city of Austin (also known as Austin Energy or “coautilities”) is the electric utility provider in the area.