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To set up your utility billing account and to make arrangements for Advanced Disposal to deliver your refuse and recycle containers
You can mail your bill by making checks payable to the United City of Yorkville and sending it to:
WSB Dept #2040
P.O. Box 5905
Carol Stream, IL 60197-5905
You may also drop it off at City Hall or in the drop box by the entrance to the parking lot after business hours. Direct debit is available by filling out and submitting the Direct Debit PDF form. Credit card payments can be made at the city's online utility bill and payment center
MyGovHub allows residents to inquire on their utility billing account activity, review billings, payment and usage history of the last two years and make individual payments online either by debit/credit card or electronic check at no additional charge. These payments are immediately applied to your account. MyGovHub also allows you to sign up for paperless billing, whereby you would be notified via e-mail when your utility bill is issued instead of receiving a traditional paper bill in the mail. This is not a direct debit service.
Sign up at the City's MyGovHub
We read meters at the beginning of the bi-monthly billing cycle for the bills that go out at the end of every other month. The final bill may include the bi-monthly billing cycle plus any usage that has occured from the last read of the billing cycle to the final read of the unit.
WINF: is an infrastructure fee of $16.50 per bi-monthly billing cycle. Revenues generated from this fee are used to satisfy debt obligations that resulted from improvements to the City's water system.
SINF: is an infrastructure fee of $8 per bi-monthly billing cycle. Revenues generated from this fee are used to satisfy debt obligations that resulted from improvements to the City's sewer system.
RINF: is an infrastructure fee of $16 per bi-montly billing cycle. Revenues generated from this fee will be used to fund the City's street program.
For more detailed information about your utility bill please click on the Utility Billing Rates page.
When you move in or out of Yorkville you will need a final meter read. Please submit the online request for a meter reading.
Senior citizens age 65 or older are eligible for the bi-monthly refuse rate of $27.06 for 65 or 95 gallon totes and $26.16 for a 33 gallon tote for a single family or duplex unit per utility billing cycle. Proof of age is required. Senior citizens age 65 or older who are" Circuit Breaker Qualified" are eligible for the bi-monthly refuse rate of $16.92 for 65 or 95 gallon totes or $16.36 for a 33 gallon tote per utility billing cycle. For information, please contact 630-553-4350.
If you are going to be gone from your residence is for 60 or more days you may apply for the City's Snowbird or Vacancy rate online.