The City of Medicine Hat provides Electric, Gas, Water, Sewer, and Solid Waste (Garbage, Yard Waste and Recycling) utility services to the residents of Medicine Hat. Billing for these services is handled by Customer Service and Collections.
With the City’s announcement of a 90 day deferral, this means that should you be unable to make a payment against your utilities due to a layoff, or lack of work, you will NOT be charged a penalty, receive a disconnect warning fee or be disconnected for not paying your bill.
You will still receive a monthly utility statement, and should you have the resources to pay it as usual, then please do.
After the 90 day deferral period, utility bills will still be due. They are not cancelled. Payment arrangements can be made by contacting collections at firstname.lastname@example.org
8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Monday to Friday
Location & Contact
580 First Street SE
General Inquiries: 403.529.8111.
We require a minimum of two working days notice when terminating services. Customers may sign off at City Hall or over the telephone. The customer is responsible for all charges until sign off.
Utilities Consumer Advocate Information
Visit the Utilities Consumer Advocate website to compare electricity and gas prices in your area, view historical rates, or get help resolving utility related issues.
- Utilities Consumer Advocate website
Part 8 of the Electric Utilities Act provides Medicine Hat with an exemption from retail competition. This exemption is due to the City’s ability to produce enough electricity to satisfy its own electric requirements. Electricity generation, distribution and retail are all performed by the City of Medicine Hat – this makes us unique in the province of Alberta.
- Electric Utilities Act (PDF)
Including how to sign-up for Utility Services, payment information, etc.