Fort Collins Utilities regularly reviews its rates and makes adjustments to reflect the costs of providing electric, water, wastewater and stormwater services. City Council approves the rates by ordinance, and utility bills printed on or after January 1 reflect the new rates.
Utilities’ staff works diligently to manage costs, including close collaboration with Platte River Power Authority, our wholesale electric provider. Utilities’ rates continue to remain among the lowest in the state and our reliability and quality of service is among the highest in the nation.
Changes for 2014 residential rates include:
Taking these 2014 rate increases into account, a typical single-family customer’s monthly utility bill will increase less than $7 per month in the summer and less than $6 per month the rest of the year.
To help offset costs and lower monthly utility bills, Utilities offers a variety of conservation and efficiency programs and rebates. Learn more at fcgov.com/conserves or talk to an account representative at 970-212-2900.
For more information on individual rates, visit fcgov.com/utilities, try our online calculator at fcgov.com/residential-electric-rates or call 970-212-2900.
Commercial rates vary from residential rates. Customers are encouraged to contact an account representative, 970-212-2900, or visit fcgov.com/commercial-rates to learn more about specific increases and impacts, as well as programs and services to save money.
Contact: Lisa Rosintoski
Customer Connections Manager