Springfield Utility Board

Understanding Your Bill

Your bill is based on your water and electricity consumption as recorded by your household water and electricity meters from the first day of the billing cycle to the last.

At the upper right hand corner of your bill is the due date. At the bottom of your bill is a section that gives the average temperature for the month, the number of kilowatt hours your household consumed, and the number of water units – all compared to the same period of time last year.

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