There are no emergency water restrictions issued for the residents of the City of St. Paul, Nebraska. Water systems and sanitary sewer systems are operating normal.
Quick Sewer Quiz
Do you want to keep raw sewage from backing up into your home?
Would you like to keep sewage from bubbling out of the manhole in the street outside?
When you flush your toilet, would you rather see the water go down instead of overflowing?
If you answered yes to any of these, then don’t use your toilet as a trash can!
For more information on what cause sewer blockages – take a look at this information from the Nebraska Rural Water Association.
Protect Your Sewer, Protect Your Environment. Don’t Flush That!
Electricity is provided through the competitive public power production and distribution system of Nebraska. This includes Howard Greeley Public Power and Nebraska Public Power District.The City of St. Paul provides service within the town.
Water service is through the City of St. Paul.
Utility Billing Payment Methods
For your convenience, the City of St. Paul has an after-hours drop box at 704 6th Street, and a drive-up window to accept your payment. You can also pay your City bill through direct bank payment by filling out an ACH form. Online payments can also be accepted.
On-Line Payment – you will be redirected to Payport by Nebraska.Gov
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