The City of Clovis expects residential customers to expect an overall increase of approximately $4 over the 2 month billing cycle. (Evato Elements)

In a recent Facebook post, the City of Clovis announced that it had raised utility bill rates retroactive to July 1. These rates include a 4% increase in recycling and organic waste collection rates and a 3% increase in water and sewer rates. However, a 1.5% drop in household waste collection rates was also announced.

The City of Clovis expects residential customers to expect an overall increase of approximately $4 over the 2 month billing cycle.

The $2 per month increase is also based on 25,000 gallons of water used during the billing cycle. The City of Clovis said an actual utility bill will vary depending on the amount of water used.

Water use during the summer months has been addressed by the City on several occasions and concerns both City residents and the City itself.

The City provides assistance in obtaining more information about its utility account. This assistance can be obtained by contacting the Service des finances at (559) 324-2130, or also by visiting the City’s website at www.city of clovis.com.






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