Utility Payment Options:

City of Nevada accepts cash, checks, money order, Visa and Mastercard

All payments must be received by 5pm on the 5th to avoid any additional charges. Delinquent accounts with payments received after the 15th at 5pm will incur an administrative fee and service will be interrupted.

Note: If using Bill Pay through your bank please allow 10-14 days for bank processing and City receipt of payment. Payment is posted the day it is received by the City, additional penalties may apply if received after the due date.

Water and Sewer Rates:

2018 Rates

Water Sewer Administrative Fee
Inside City Limits
1st 1,000 gallons 16.22 13.86
Large Meter 1st, 1000 gallons 32.44
Per 1,000 gallons 9.54 6.51
Sewer Pressure Pump 20.81
Nonpayment fee 65.00
Tampering fee 144.00
Outside City Limits
1st 1,000 gallons 17.85 15.27
Large Meter 1st, 1000 gallons 35.70
Per 1,000 gallons 10.52 7.18
Sewer Pressure Pump 23.11
Nonpayment fee 70.00
Tampering fee 149.00

Service Connection:

In order for a new customer to setup utility service with the City of Nevada, please come into City Hall located at 110  S. Ash or contact us at 417-448-5115. For customers unavailable to come into City Hall, please complete the appropriate application below and return along with copy of Photo ID to:

City Hall at 110 S Ash, Nevada, MO 64772, fax 417-381-1938 or email utilitybilling@nevadamo.gov

Please contact City Hall at 417-448-5115 to insure receipt of application, schedule connection and pay any applicable deposit.

For current utility customers wishing to transfer or disconnect service please contact City Hall at 417-448-5115.

Same day service is available when requests are received prior to 3:30pm.  A valid photo id and deposit are required.

Residential accounts require a deposit or new customers may present a letter of credit from their previous utility company in lieu of a deposit.  The letter of credit must show a twelve month history, two or fewer late payments, no disconnections for non-payment and no returned checks.

Commercial accounts require a deposit or surety bond.  Commercial deposits and bonds are based on two months anticipated usage for the business type.

How can I reduce my monthly bill?

  1. Review your water habits.  The average person uses an estimated 53 gallons of water per day or 1,600 gallons per month.
  2. Consider installing water efficient toilet, dishwasher, washing machine, shower head etc.
  3. Monitor your property for leaks and fix them quickly.  Leaking toilets and dripping faucets are big water wasters.
  4. Pay your bill on time.  Delinquent bills incur a 10% penalty.

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