My utility bill seems high. What can I do?
Electric and water bills are based upon meter readings that measure the amount of electricity and water consumed in the billing period. Meters are read on as close to a 30 day schedule as the calendar (weekends and holidays) and the weather permits. When the bill appears too high, first check that there are not a few extra days in the cycle or if there was a change from normal routines during the billing cycle. If you still feel the bill is too high, please contact the Department of Finance. We will then recheck the meter reading, and if necessary, test the meter for proper functioning. If the meter was misread or malfunctioning, the bill will be adjusted accordingly.

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1. My utility bill seems high. What can I do?
2. I had a water leak and now my bill is much higher than normal. What can I do?
3. Who can access the electric or water meter?
4. Can garbage charges be removed from my utility bill?
5. Does the Town offer a budget payment plan for utility bills?
6. Why are there multiple meters on my utility bill?
7. Can I choose the monthly due date for my utility bill?
8. I'm having trouble registering to pay my utility bill online, what can I do?
9. How do I make a suggestion or express a concern?
10. If I live within Town Municipal Limits do I pay both Town of Front Royal & Warren County Taxes?
11. Do I need a Town of Front Royal decal for my vehicle?
12. Who do I notify if I sell/trade a vehicle?
13. I'm interested in how my tax dollars are spent. How do I find out?