The City of Airdrie bills on a 28 day cycle. Residents receive their utility bill every four weeks. This means that you will receive 13 bills in a calendar year and the due date will vary based on when your water meter was read. Fixed rates will be prorated based on the number of days in your billing cycle.
Note: Water and sewer consumption charges are based on the amount of water that passes through your water meter.
How will this affect you?
- You will now receive your utility bill every 4 weeks
- Your fixed rates will be based on the 28 day billing cycle
- You will receive 13 bills per calendar year
When will I be billed and what are the due dates?
- The city is divided into four quadrants. Each week a different quadrant will be billed based on a rotating schedule. The due date is three weeks after the account is billed
The quadrants are divided as:
Quad1 - Big Springs, East Lake Industrial Park, Highland Industrial Park, King's Heights, Meadowbrook, Ravenswood, Thorburn
Quad2 - Coopers Crossing, Hillcrest, Kingsview Industrial Park, Morningside, Prairie Springs, Waterstone, Windsong, Yankee Valley Crossing, Sierra Springs, Summerhill
Quad3 - Canals, Canoe, Bayview, Baysprings, Bayside, Fairways, Williamstown, Willowbrook, Woodside, Reunion, Sagewood
Quad4 - Airdrie Meadows, Edgewater, Edmonton Trail, Gateway, Jensen, Luxstone, Midtown, Old Town, Ridgegate, Silver Creek, Stonegate, Sunridge, The Village
* You can view your Billing Dates and Due Dates in the Documents section located at the bottom of this page. *
Benefits of Billing every 4 Weeks:
- More frequent and timely information about water usage
- Assists with detecting leaks sooner
- Allows residents to adjust water habits
- Smaller bills will assist residents with managing finances
- 72 per cent of residents that responded to the website poll stated that they would prefer a shorter billing cycle
If you have any questions in regards to our billing cycle, please call the Utility Department.
Utility Billing Service Centre