Payments & Utility Account Services

The Utilities Service Center is open during construction. Our temporary payment counter is located adjacent to its customary location in the public lobby.

Due to the Governor's Directive requiring face coverings in public places for anyone aged 5 and older, our customers are asked to mask up when they come in. Masks are provided for those who need one.

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Utilities Service Center

  1. Utilities Service Center

    Physical Address
    2251 Belknap Avenue
    Billings, MT 59101

    Phone: 406-657-8315

    Hours of Operation
    Monday through Friday
    8 am to 5 pm

    After Hours Emergencies: 

  1. COVID-19 Resources
  2. Account Services
  3. Online Payments
  4. Portal FAQs
  5. Resident Resources

Relief Assistance

In addition to the special provisions outlined below, the Public Works Department continues to offer budget billing and payment plan options to our customers. See the Account Services and Online Payments tabs for additional information on these and other payment resources.

CARES Act Funds

Contact HRDC to obtain an application or to learn more about the Application for Essential Services (COVID-19) and funding available to assist with utility services. The local District 7 office may be reached at (406) 869-2593, or find more information online at .

Overview of Montana Governor’s Orders & Utility Services

The Governor of the State of Montana issued Executive Orders 2-2020 and 3-2020 declaring that a state of emergency exists in Montana due to the global outbreak of COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus. On March 30 and April 13 Directives were issued providing measures to limit foreclosures, evictions, and disconnections from [utility] services during the State of Emergency.

On May 19, 2020 a Directive implementing Executive Orders 2-2020 and 3-2020 and establishing conditions for Phase Two reopening of businesses and operations were released. In part this Directive allowed for the terms of the March 30 and April 13 Directives and all of their terms to remain in effect through May 24, unless modified by subsequent Directive, except as follows:

  • For individuals who are members of a vulnerable population, who have suffered a significant financial hardship as a result of the outbreak, and who, pursuant to this Directive, remain sheltered at home, the protections of the March 30 and April 13 Directives continue and will expire 30 days after the individual ceases to shelter at home or at the end of the emergency, whichever is sooner.
  • An individual who seeks the protection of these provisions to prevent a foreclosure, eviction, or disconnection after June 1 must make a basic showing to their bank, landlord, or utility that they are (1) sheltering in place under this order, are (2) a member of a vulnerable population, and (3) have been financially impacted as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Members of the ‘Vulnerable Population’ are defined as  “People over 65 years of age, people with serious underlying health conditions, including high blood pressure, chronic lung disease, diabetes, obesity, or asthma, and people whose immune system is compromised such as by chemotherapy for cancer or other conditions requiring such therapy.”

Take Action

If your utility bill is delinquent and/ or you cannot pay your balance due in full, take action immediately based on your status:
If you are a qualifying member of the Vulnerable Population, are continuing to shelter at home and have been adversely financially impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, you may apply for an EXEMPTION from late fees and shut-off of services:
If you do not qualify for the Vulnerable Population exemption and are experiencing financial difficulties due to the COVID-19 outbreak and are not able to pay your utility bill in full, contact our customer service office immediately to set-up a payment plan and prevent shut-off of services: (406) 657-8315


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