- Utility Billing
Your utility bill from the City of Little Canada includes charges for your water usage, sanitary sewer, the Minnesota water Testing fee, and a water service maintenance fee. Additional charges include trash, recycling, and (optional) yard waste service as well as possible street lighting assessments.
Bills are sent out four times per year at the end of each quarter (January-March; April-June; July-September; and October-December). Customers are given approximately 30 days to pay their bills before a late fee of 5% is added.
Note: The City of Little Canada does not disconnect water to properties for non-payment. Unpaid utilities are posted to a property's taxes on an annual basis.
Little Canada's Water Tower located behind Little Canada City Center at 515 Little Canada Road East.
The City offers four options to pay your utility bill. Select the one that's most convenient for you:
- Automatic Bank Payment
Sign up to have your utility payment automatically deducted from your checking or savings account. Payment is taken out of your account around the payment due date and there are no added fees! To sign up, fill out and send in the Automatic Utility Bill Payment Program (PDF) form along with a voided check. Questions, contact our Accounting Technician at 651-766-4034.
- Mail Payment
Mail in a check along with your payment stub to: City of Little Canada, 515 Little Canada Road East, Little Canada, MN, 55117.
- In-Person at City Center
Pay by check, cash or credit card. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8AM-4:30PM.
For your convenience, there is also a secure drop box to the left of our main door for check payments only.
Click here to pay online. We use PSN (Payment Service Network) for online payments. Service charges will apply. Call PSN customer service at 877-885-7968 for any assistance.
View the current rates that make up your utility bill.
Final Billing Request
Moving? To stop service, complete this form or notify Colleen Schoenecker at 651-766-4038.
Discount for senior citizens or disabled persons.
High Water Usage
Some reasons you could be having high water usage.
Assistance with Water & Energy Bills
If you need help with water or energy bills, the Community Action's Energy Assistance Program helps residents in Ramsey and Washington County.