In an effort to make our services more readily available, the City of Bardstown has developed an Online Billing System for Utilities and Cable/Internet. There are several benefits to using the Online Utility and Cable/Internet Billing service such as:
- Pay Your Bill Securely Online (Visa, Master Card, Discover or E-Check)
- View Your Current Bill, and Electric and Water Usage
- View Your Bill History
- View Your Consumption History
- View Your Service History
Additionaly, customers may select to have their utility and cable bills emailed to them as opposed to having them mailed to their address. Getting started is easy, just click on the Online Utility and Cable payment link. You will need your utility or cable account number and previous utility or cable bill amount to get set up.
As with our other options for payments, the same payment schedule applies. If you have any questions or need further assistance, you can reach our office Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 502-348-5947. You can also visit us at our office located at 220 North 5th St Bardstown, KY 40004.
The City of Bardstown does not share the personally identifiable information of its utility customers except to the extent necessary to conduct its utility operations, including service, billing, and auditing functions of the operation. The City offers no such information to unrelated third parties without your specific permission or a court order. The information we collect typically includes name, address, social security number, driver’s license or other government id number, and for customers on bank draft, ACH information. The City does not itself collect, receive, or store credit card data other than amount and date paid to a specific utility account number.
With your authorization, your participating financial institution will automatically deduct the amount of your current bill from your savings or checking accounts. You will get a detailed billing statement for your records. Click here for more information on our automatic payment program.
Click the links below for more info on each utility rate.