Utility Billing

 Utility bills are sent out every two months as follows:
  • February
  • April
  • June
  • August
  • October
  • December. 

Utility bills include:
  • Water
  • Stormwater
  • Sewer
  • Recycling
  • Garbage fees
Current fees and rates can be viewed here.

Bills are addressed to the name of the property owner, as per Land Titles notification.  

If you are interested in paying your water/ sewer/garbage utility bills directly through your bank account, under the town's pre-authorized payment plan for utilities, the account holder will still receive a paper copy of the bi-monthly levy. The Town will directly debit your bank account on the 15th of the month following your utility bill.

Utility Bill Leniency

To apply for Utility BIll Leniency (if you've had and repaired a leak), download the form. To learn more about the Utility Bill Leniency Bylaw amendment, see it under the Bylaw section under the Environment tab.

Additional Utilities 

Report a Street Light Burnt Out 

Please report a burnt out or cycling (intermittent on/off) street light by using the Street Light Repair Map located on the company's website. Additionally you can call Fortis Alberta at 310-WIRE (9473) or 855-333-9473 where a customer service agent would be happy to log an action repair form. 

Report a Power Outage 

you can call 310-WIRE (9473) or 855-333-9473

Natural Gas and Electricity Retail Providers

Albertan's have a choice of electricity and natural gas retailers. For detailed information on electricity and natural gas options for Nanton you can visit Alberta's Utilities Consumer Advocate which provides detailed information on rate plans that are offered in Alberta. There is also information on individual electricity providers, including contact information. 

Additionally, there is a comparison tool available that lists all the current rates and providers at Energyrates.ca.

A Fibre Community

The Town of Nanton provides residents and business owners access to the highest speed Internet services available through broadband technology.  Broadband is not Internet, as it is often mistaken for.  However, it is about being connected. By having fibre-to-the-premise (FTTP) infrastructure, we can be connected to the global market in the comfort of our small-town homes and business.