Drivers License Information
Two Relatives/References NOT Living With The Applicant: Must Live at Different Households
The applicant agrees to pay monthly for the utility services rendered by the City of St. George. Services generally include electric, water, sewer, and garbage. Charges for service will be made at the regular established rates for the class of service applicable to the applicant. It is the consumers responsibility to review the monthly bills for accuracy and notify the City of any concerns. A $20.00 fee will be charged on Non-sufficient fund checks.
Payment for services is due immediately upon billing and shall become delinquent if not paid by the due date reflected on such billing. A late charge of 5% per month of the unpaid balance will be added to delinquent accounts. The applicant agrees to pay reasonable expenses of collection including collection agency fees, attorney's fees, interest fees, and court costs should it become necessary to use such measures to collect the charges made to the applicant's account. The City shall charge a processing fee when a shut off notice is sent to the customer per the City rate schedule. The City shall terminate service on delinquent accounts not paid after notice. In order to restore service the customers must bring current all delinquent charges. In addition, the City will charge a reconnection fee.
The applicant is required to pay a deposit if they are not the owner of the property served. Interest will be paid on the deposit at the rate set by the City Council. It is agreed by the applicant that the deposit is not considered as prepayment of any bill. Unpaid accounts will be considered delinquent notwithstanding the existence of a security deposit. The City may apply the amount of the security deposit (including interest earned) to the applicant's final bill and any balance remaining will be refunded to the applicant.
The applicant shall permit the City's authorized representatives to enter onto the customer's premises at all reasonable times for purposes connected with rendering, billing, or disconnecting utility services. Services may be terminated if reasonable access is not permitted.
Termination of Service
The applicant agrees to be responsible for the payment of utility charges incurred at these premises until their responsibility is terminated in one of the following ways:
By mutual agreement evidenced in writing and signed by the City and the applicant.
By a two day written notice from the customer to have services disconnected and the City physically terminating the service.
By the proper assumption of the payment responsibility by a party acceptable to the City and upon completion of an application for service by the other party.
The applicant warrants that all the information provided by them in this application is true and correct and understands that false or misleading information shall be caused for the City to deny or cancel service and demand immediate payment of any amounts which are due.