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Box 113, 210-2nd Ave South, Marwayne, Alberta  T0B 2X0

Utility Rates Information Guide
Utility Rates 2015
 
 
Residential
Water:
  • $49.50 minimum for 13.5 m3
  • with overage 13.5-32.5 m3: $2.10/m3
  • then over 32.5 m3 $3.01/m3
  • and water line fee: $25
Sewer
  • $14.50
Garbage
  • $26.00
 
Commercial
Water
  • $55.70 minimum for 13.5/m3
  • With overage $2.10/m3
  • And water line fee: $25
Sewer
  • If water consumption is:
  • 13.5 m3 & under $14.50
  • 13.6 -23 m3 $30.02
  • Over 23 m3 $44.45
Garbage
  • No garbage service provided for commercial
Bulk Water
  • $50.50/minimum monthly plus $6.24/m3
  • To obtain a bulk water key a $200 refundable key deposit is required.
 
Utilities are invoiced monthly. Consumption calculations are with the readings you provide.
 
 
Payment Due Dates
Invoices are due when rendered. A penalty of 5% is charged on any outstanding amounts the first day of the subsequent month. Service may be disconnected if a bill is not paid or balance transferred to your tax account. A $40.00 fee will be levied.
 
Paying Your Municipal Utility Bill
You may pay your bill in person at the Village Office, 8:00 AM- 12 & 1 PM -4:30 PM, Monday-Friday. You also have several other payment options:
  • Mail slot to left of village office door - 210-2nd Ave S
  • Telephone Banking
  • On-line Banking (look for Marwayne (Village of) Utilities)
  • Mail
  • Sorry we do not accept credit cards or have interact
 
Let’s Plant some Trees!
Let’s do our part to help clean up the environment! One great way you can help, is to give a donation via your utility bill.
 
Example: your utility bill contains a space where you can indicate you’re making a ‘top up’ donation. Let’s say your utility bill is $116.75. You top up the amount to $118.00 or $120.00 whatever amount you wish to donate. (You will receive a receipt for tax purposes) Brochure
 
These contributions go to Community TREE Planting Fund. The purpose is to enhance the community environment through a tree planting program in residential neighbourhoods, parks, the downtown core, and transportation corridors.
 
One large tree can:
  • Lift 450 litres of water out of the ground and discharge it into the air in one day
  • Reduce the energy consumption of air conditioners by lowering peak summer temperatures from 5 to 9 degrees
  • Provide a day's oxygen for up to four people
  • Increase property values by some 20%
 
Trees also help deal with the pollution caused by auto exhaust and home/office heating, and wide belts of tall, dense trees contribute significantly to the reduction of noise pollution.(Source: Tree Canada)