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The base rate for sewer is less than the base rate for water; however, the sewer volumetric rate is higher than the water volumetric rate. Therefore, with increased usage the total sewer charge will become higher than the total water charge. The capital and maintenance expenses associated with safely and adequately transporting sewage from homes and businesses to the sewage treatment plant are significantly higher than transporting water to homes and businesses. Click HERE for the most recent water and sewer rates.
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Contact Utility Billing at Osage Beach City Hall at (573) 302-2000, extension 222 to have water and/or sewer service set up in renter or new homeowner name.
Residential streets within Osage Beach City limits are swept two times per year. For more information, please call Public Works at (573) 302-2020.
Please call your local provider at the number provided on your monthly bill.
The City of Osage Beach is willing to help utility customers when possible leak issues are suspected by checking the meter to ensure it is working and reading properly, by assisting in determining whether water usage is normal, and by shutting off the water, if necessary. However, in most cases, the City is not responsible for leaks on private property and City employees are not allowed to enter a private residence to assist in locating or repairing a leak. Any leak on private property is the sole responsibility of the homeowner and may require the homeowner to hire a private contractor or plumber to handle repairs.
The City of Osage Beach accepts cash, checks, and money orders via mail or at City Hall. The City also now accepts credit/debit cards at the City Hall window or online. In addition, the City offers direct debit as an electronic alternative by automatically drafting the utility payment out of a checking or savings account every month on the due date. Click HERE for the Direct Debit Authorization Form.