The City of Kimberley provides water and sewer services, as well as garbage, recycling and organics collection. 

The most common billing total for 2023 is as follows:

Single Family Dwelling: $260.07 per quarter

Breakdown of quarterly rates on a single family dwelling:

  • Water: $124.11
  • Sewer: $109.74
  • Garbage: $10.96
  • Recycle: $2.76
  • Organics: $12.50

* Effective October 1, 2023

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Associated Bylaws

Waterworks Rates and Regulations Consolidated Bylaw No.2707

Sewer Rates and Regulations Consolidated Bylaw No. 2706

Solid Waste Rates & Regulations Bylaw No 2694, Amendment No. 2 2023, Bylaw No. 2750

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Utility Bills

Utility bills are mailed out to registered owners (or other individuals at the owners request) around the 3rd week of January, April, July and October.  If you have not received your utility bill contact City Hall.

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Utility payments are due March 10th, June 10th, September 10th and December 10th.  When the 10th of the month falls on a weekend, the due date becomes the following Monday. 

Payments must be received at City Hall by 4:45 pm on the due date. The City accepts cash, cheques or debit cards at the cashier counter. Payments can also be made at most financial institutions, through telephone banking, internet banking or wire transfers.  Post-dated cheques are also acceptable. Please contact City Hall at 250.427.5311 for more information on payment methods.

Payments are first applied to any outstanding (overdue) amounts and then to current amounts.

Follow this link for details on how to Make A Payment. 

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Monthly Utility Payment Plan

The City of Kimberley also offers a convenient utilities pre-payment plan. Download the authorization and cancellation forms by clicking the links below.

Utility Payment Plan Authorization(link is external)

Monthly Utility Payment Plan Cancellation

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Utility bills that are outstanding after the due date are subject to a 10% penalty.

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Utilities Outstanding at Year-End

Utility balances outstanding on December 31st are transferred to property taxes as arrears taxes and will be charged interest at the rate prescribed by the Province of BC.