Online Utility Bill Payments
If you want to pay your utility bill online, visit www.xpressbillpay.com.
Our online bill payment option, Xpress Bill Pay, saves you time and gives you more flexibility in how you pay your utility bill. If you have an Internet connection, email address, and utility account number, you can pay your bill online. It's fast, it's easy, and you no longer have to write a check each month or find a stamp when it's time to send in your payment.
View online payment details.
Public Utilities Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I am moving to Cedar Hills. What do I do to put services in my name?
A: Prior to moving in, come to the City office (10246 N Canyon Road) and complete an application for services, or download the appropriate form and submit it by mail, e-mail, or in person. A $50 setup fee is due with the application. This application includes the request for water, sewer, storm drain, garbage, curbside recycling and/or pressurized irrigation services.
Q: What services are provided by the City of Cedar Hills?
A: The City provides water, sewer, garbage, curbside recycling, and pressurized irrigation services to its residents. The City also bills for storm drain and Central Utah Water Conservancy (CUP) fees. Electricity is provided by Rocky Mountain Power, gas by Questar Gas, telephone by Qwest, and cable by Comcast (check for availability).
Q: Where can I deliver my utility payment?
A: A drop box is located at the parking lot west of the Public Safety Building at 3925 W. Cedar Hills Drive. Payments are due and payable upon receipt of the bill around the 10th of the month and are received without a late charge on the first day of the following month. If the first day of the month falls on a weekend or a holiday, the payment may still be deposited in the utility drop box.
Q: What is the average bill for Cedar Hills residents?
A: The breakdown of the bill is as follows. Culinary water: $6.80 (minimum); sewer: $40.94 (average); garbage: $10.92 (for one toter); pressurized irrigation base rate: $15.95, plus a PI usage fee starting at $12.98 per month according to lot size, billed year round; storm drain/flood control: $8.71; CUP: $4.95; paramedic fee: $5.95. This makes the minimum total $107.20.
Q: What is the City's Direct Pay Plan (EFT)?
A: Residents without internet access may enroll in the Cedar Hills Direct Pay Plan. With this option, residents can automatically pay their monthly utility fees from a checking or savings account via Electronic Funds Transfer or EFT. There are no checks, no stamps, and nothing to "drop off"– it’s automatic, free, and easy. A monthly statement will be sent to each resident using Direct Pay.
To enroll, come to the City office to complete an authorization form and submit a voided check as part of the enrollment. The form can also be downloaded below for printing and mailed or delivered to the City office along with the voided check.
Download the Utility Direct Pay Form.