The City of Wamego provides electric, water and sewer utilities to its residents. The city operates its own electric generating and distribution system, generating electricity as needed while purchasing power from multiple sources. This allows the city to choose the least costly method of providing electricity and offers protection against regional power outage. A series of deep wells provides city water with a total pumping capacity of 1.8 million gallons per day. The city's wastewater treatment plant provides primary treatment for sanitary sewage.
To reach the city offices or report emergencies, contact the City of Wamego during business hours.
Electric – Electric energy charge
Customer Charge – Electric customer charge (the same each month)
EL Demand– Demand charge (typically for larger businesses)
Energy Adjustment – Fuel cost adjustment (either a charge or credit-covers various cost of producing and delivering wholesale electricity)
Franchise Fee – Franchise Fee (based on electric usage)
Water Protection – Water Protection Tax (collected for the State of Kansas)
Sewer – Sewer charge
Space light – Space light rental
Storm Water – Storm Water Utility Charge (based on type of lot: residential or business)
Water – Water charge
Tax – Sales tax
No, the city has a non-refundable activation fee of $75 for utilities.
No, we are not KCC regulated.
You will need to fill out a utility application form at City Hall. If you are renting, instead of owning, we also will need a copy of a signed lease agreement.