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CITY OF SHAWNEE UTILITY / CUSTOMER SERVICE
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Q:!! City Takes Comprehensive Approach as it Plans for Critical Infrastructure Improvements !!
Q:Are deposit(s) required for Water or Wastewater Services?
Q:Can I pay my utility bill automatically?
Yes, the City of Shawnee offers our Automated Bill Payment program allowing you to have your utility bill automatically deducted from your bank account avoiding the need to write a check monthly or find the time to get to City Hall. Contact Customer Service for more information the required paperwork.
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Q:Can I pay my utility bill Online?
Q:Do you charge a penalty if I pay my bill late?
Q:What about any Water Meter or Water Tap Requirements?
Q:What are your office hours?
Q:What happens if I do not pay my utility bill?
Q:What is required to get utility service with the City of Shawnee?
Q:Where do I pay my water bill?
Q:Who do I call for emergency after hours or weekends?
Q:Who do I call for sanitation/garbage service problems?
Q:Who do I make my check out to for my utility payment?

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Water/Sewer/Sanitation Service Forms

Residential Application for Service
Required application for Resident Utility Service

Business Application for Service
Required application for Business Utility Service

30 Day Landlord Application Service
Required application for 30 Day Utility Service

Automatic Bank Payment (ACH) Form
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CONTACT INFORMATION
 
The City of Shawnee Customer Service department has new hours. They are: Monday through Friday from 8:00-4:30pm and ARE open during the Noon hour.


Water and Wastewater Cost of Service Study

The City of Shawnee provides Water and Wastewater utility services. Solid waste services are currently provided by Central Disposal and billed by contract by the City of Shawnee.

For more about your Water and Wastewater services
visit the Water/Wastewater page

For more about your Sanitation services
visit the Solid Waste / Sanitation / Recycling page

For more about Industrial Pretreatment
visit the Industrial Pretreatment Page

CONTACT INFORMATION
Location
City Hall
16 West 9th
Shawnee OK 74801
Mailing
Address:
City of Shawnee
PO Box 1448
Shawnee OK 74802-1448
General
Contact:
405-878-1560
After Hours
Emergencies
405-273-0890
Sanitation
Service:
Central Disposal
275-5854
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2009 Utility Rate Study and Comprehensive Plan

In 2008, the City of Shawnee began developing a long range comprehensive plan for the Shawnee Municipal Authority in order to insure Shawnee Citizens continue to receive quality water and sewer services for the next 5 to 10 years. Staff worked throughly with a consultant to review current and future needs and devise the funding methods required to insure these needs are met. The basic goals of the Cost of Service Study are as follows:

Introduction
To provide adequate water and service to all of its customers, each utility must receive sufficient total revenue to ensure proper operation and maintenance (O&M) and continued development of both systems.

Revenue Adequacy
The objective for projecting revenue requirements is to ensure that the utility revenues are sufficient to recover annual total cash needs (O&M, interdepartmental/fund cost transfers, debt service needs and short term capital needs – normal or routine replacement).

Utility System Cash Needs Analysis
Using the cash-needs approach, MFS focused on Shawnee Municipal Authority’s historical trend (FY 2004/05 thru FY 2007/08) of both water and wastewater expenses for personal services, materials and supplies, other services and charges, capital, debt service and interfund transfers .
For more information of the plans, rate proposals, etc, view the basic presentation in PDF format here:

Water and Wastewater Cost of Service Study