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On July 26, 2016, Monroe City Council approved a new street light utility charge to be billed on the customer’s monthly utility bill. The street light charge was established to recover the costs associated with the operation and maintenance of the street lights.
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Street lights provide overall equal benefit of public safety and security for all residents and businesses. The street light charge was established to recover the costs associated with the operation and maintenance of the street lights.
All parcels are charged the street lights.
In order to determine the monthly street light utility charge, the total street light costs for the prior calendar year is divided by the number of utility accounts billed by the City. Unless otherwise billed to individual units, multiple unit dwellings will be billed by the aggregation of each of the single-family equivalents. For example, a four-unit apartment building would be billed at the sum of four separate units.
The street light charge will be billed each month on the utility bill.
Street lights provide a standardized public street lighting system citywide that will promote safety and security in our neighborhoods, business districts, and across the roadways.
233 S Main Street
P.O. Box 330
Monroe, OH 45050-0330