Utilities

You can sign up for water and trash service by visting the front desk at the City Building located at 233 South Main Street.  Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.  For new service or billing questions, please contact the Utility Billing department by sending an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or calling the main office at 513-539-7374.  Water maintenance questions should be directed to Delbert Playforth, Utilities Crew Leader, at 513-539-8831 or send him an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
WATER-$6.36 per thousand gallons (Inside the City Limits)-up to 20,000 gallons.             If more than 20,000 gallons is used, then the rate for all usage is $7.36 per thousand gallons.WATER-$10.49 per...

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Forms for setting up new utility services and automatic payment withdrawls from your checking or savings account can be accessed here.  You can mail the completed forms to P.O. Box 330, Monroe, OH 45050-0330, drop them off at the...

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      Methods of Payment         Utility Payments can be paid by cash, credit card, check or money order. Checks and money orders should be made payable to the City of Monroe.Online:Click...

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Is your water usage increasing every month but you don’t think you are using any more water than usual??  There are some things that you as the homeowner can check: Toilets – this is the #1 problem of high usage – a simple test to do is...

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Your water meter is a precision instrument built to the exacting standards of the industry. The device is used to measure water usage in gallons. All new homes in Monroe are required to have water meters installed in pits in the front yard...

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Boil Advisory Instructions  Understanding when to boil your drinking water. Ohio public water systems are required to continually monitor for contaminants. Under certain circumstances residents are publicly notified with instructions to...

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What is a Storm Water Utility? A storm water utility is similar to water, sewer and other utilities that you are familiar with. These utilities charge a fee for services provided. In this case, the service is the control of storm water runoff...

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Butler County Department of Environmental Services (513-887-3061) own and maintain the sewer system for the City of Monroe. They also set the sewer rates. Sewer rates are charged on the number of gallons of water consumed. Charges are reflected on...

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Rumpke is the current trash provider, but the City of Monroe is the billing agent for the trash and recycling pick-up. The monthly trash rate is $13.50. Trash pick up is determined by the street you live on. Click here for a complete schedule...

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In an effort to help prevent the spread of Bedbugs, the Board of Health now requires mattresses & box springs to be completely sealed in plastic before any trash vendor can pick them up.  This plastic can be the sheeting painters use or...

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Each year the City of Oakwood collects and compiles water and sanitary sewer rate information from jurisdictions in Southwest Ohio.  To see where Monroe falls within this survey you can view the report here.