The following utilities should be contacted when moving to or from Farmington.
City Utility Billing Set Up or Stop Services
Farmington residents and businesses are billed quarterly for utilities (water, storm water, sanitary sewer, street light and garbage). If you have questions about utility billing or you want to set up or discontinue services, visit the Utility Billing page or call Utility Billing at 651-280-6883.
Electric and Natural Gas Service Providers
Minnesota Energy Resource provides natural gas; Dakota Electric and Xcel Energy provide electric energy depending on where you live.
The Service Area Map indicates area providers.
- Minnesota Energy Resources
24-hour Customer Service, 1-800-889-9508
Natural Gas Leaks, Odors or Emergencies, 1-800-889-4970
- Dakota Electric Association
Customer Service, 651-463-6212 or 1-800-874-3409
24-hour Outage & Emergency Service, 651-463-6201 or 1-800-430-9722
- Xcel Energy
Electric Emergency/Power Outage, 1-800-895-1999
Internet, Phone, TV, and Cable Service
- Charter Communications (internet, phone and TV)
- CenturyLink (internet, phone and TV)
- Frontier Communications
- HughesNet (internet)
- Vonage (home phone service)
(page information provided by http://www.ci.farmington.mn.us/community/new_resident)
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