Low Income Discount

Overview of Low Income Discount


The Utility Discount Program is designed to give limited financial relief to low-income, single-family homeowners' water and sewer bill. The purpose of the Program is to encourage residents to retain home ownership and avoid any delinquencies with their water and sewer bill during periods of diminished personal income.

To be eligible for the Utility Discount Program, applicants must meet all of the following criteria:

COVID-19 Utility Discount Available


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on residents, the city will waive the late fee for utility bills due on June 30, July 31, and August 31, 2020. The city will accept partial payments Water supplies to properties will not be disconnected for late or non-payment. Payment delinquencies for utilities will be posted to a property's taxes to provide temporary relief for those unable to pay.
 1. Owner and occupant of a single-family home
 2. Currently enrolled in one or more of the following Ramsey County-administered financial assistance
     programs:

     a) SNAP (Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program)
     b) MFIP (Minnesota Family Investment Program)
     c) General Assistance (GA)
     d) Other income based program
 3. At or below 165% of the federal poverty threshold guidelines (as determined by Ramsey County)

Provide written proof of participation in County-administered financial assistance programs. A Completed form and supporting documentation can be submitted via email to utilitybilling@cityofroseville.com or mailed to City of Roseville Attention Utility Billing Discount, 2660 Civic Center Dr, Roseville MN 55113. If you have any questions regarding this discount, contact the Utility Billing Department.