Utility Billing Cycle
Utility Bills are sent out each month on the 1st working day of the month and are due on the 24th of that month. The bill will contain charges assessed for the previous month, from the first day to the last day of the month
For example, bills for utility services provided during the period from January 1st to January 31st will be mailed out February 1st, and will be due February 24th.
Payments not received by the last day of the month will be assessed a $15 late fee.
Your monthly utility bill will consist of the following charges:
- Culinary Water
- Green Waste (optional)
- Secondary Water
- Sewer and Storm Drain
West Point has agreements with both the Davis and Weber Canal Company and the North Davis Sewer District to include your secondary water and sewer charges as part of our monthly bill. View the 2021 Utility Fee Schedule (PDF). The only other utilities you should need to activate are with Dominion and Questar Gas.
Activation / Termination of Service
To activate or terminate services, please use the appropriate form and bring it to City Hall. You may also fax or email the application to the Utility Billing Clerk. A $60 deposit is required for all new applications (may be paid over the phone for faxed or emailed applications. This deposit will be applied to your final bill. Proof of the Buyer, Seller, and Closing Date must also accompany your application.
If you need to make any changes to your account, please use the update form and bring it to City Hall or fax or email it to the Utility Billing Clerk.
**As of May 1, 2015, renters are no longer allowed to sign up for service. All utility accounts will stay in the homeowner's name, and proof of ownership must accompany all new applications for service. Please call City Hall at 801-776-0970 if you have any questions.
- Utility Service Application for Renters
- Utility Service Termination for Renters
- Utility Service - Account Update - Homeowner to Landlord
- Landlord Account Update
A $45 service charge will be added to the user's utility account if a check is returned to the City.
As stated in the Utility Application, if any additional collection action is required to collect any balance owed, the user agrees to pay all collection costs, including court costs and reasonable attorneys' fees.