This page is intended for use as an estimator only; the calculated values do not include taxes and may vary from your actual bill by a few pennies. You can use this estimator to help keep track of your electric bills, to see how much you could save if you lowered your usage, or to see at-a-glance the differences between Summer and Winter usage, for example. You could also see how much you could save if you moved into the City from the County, or how much it would cost if you started a commercial business on your property.
For water & sewer, pick a meter size (most residential customers are .75"), enter a number of gallons, and click "calculate". If you want to try a different value, click "reset" and start over. Pay attention to the check boxes at the top; they are important if you are a water only customer or live in the County, for example.
For electricity, check the boxes that apply to you and fill in the values from your most recent bill to get a feel for how this part works. If you are a residential customer, this is just a matter of the kwh (kilowatt hours) that you used. If you are a commercial or industrial customer, you'll need more information. If you are not sure about what goes in each blank, or you aren't sure what kind of customer you are, you can contact Utility Billing at 540.587.6047 and they'll be glad to help. Pop-up messages will help guide you if you put too low an amount in a box or check something that doesn't make sense.
Please note that the calculations to the left DO NOT include taxes. However, they do include the "power cost adjustment", the calculation for offsetting the rising cost of energy today.
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