The Finance Department is responsible for the preparation and distribution of utility bills and the servicing of all customer accounts related to water, sewer, and refuse services. All inquiries related to your utility bill should be directed to this department. Contact us at 847-394-8500. The department also handles the receipt of utility bill payments and collection of past due accounts.
Setting Up New Utility Billing Service / Account
If you are moving into a City of Rolling Meadows property or you have acquired a property for investment purposes, notify the City of Rolling Meadows Utility Billing Department immediately to set up new Utility Billing services. Please contact (847) 394-8500 to begin the process.
Closing an Account
If you are renting a home and moving out of the City of Rolling Meadows, please contact Utility Billing at (847) 394-8500 to arrange for a final water reading.
If you are selling a home or property, please contact Utility Billing at (847) 394-8500 to arrange for a final water reading and to discuss real estate closing procedures/requirements. Some Palatine addresses are subject to City of Rolling Meadows' Code of Ordinances.
Utility bills are mailed on the last business day of each month and are due on the 20th of that month, or the next business day. Most residential accounts are read bimonthly and are estimated on alternate months. New accounts are subject to a deposit, which is applied to the final bill or refunded when the account is closed.
Residents are encouraged to pay their utility bill online. Residents may also pay their bill by mail, at City Hall, or dropping in the white drive-up box located in the City Hall parking lot. Please allow 2 days to post to your account.
You may also enroll for one of our automatic payments options (ACH direct debit or credit card) by filling out the Utility Bill Auto-Pay Authorization Form (PDF) and returning the form to:
3600 Kirchoff Road
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
There is no fee for this service. You will continue to receive a utility bill, but you won't need to respond. Auto-pay will do it for you.
A 10% penalty will be applied to current charges if payment is not received by the due date. Service may be discontinued if the bill remains unpaid for more than 20 days after the due date shown on the statement.
Restoring Utility Service
Once service has been discontinued, a minimum $75 turn-on fee will need to be paid to restore service, in addition to the past due balance.