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ACH Payments


ACH Payments will come out the 16th of December.  NO LATE FEE.

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Hedrick Water Tower Project


We have added a page under Government that contains documents and information regarding the current City of Hedrick Water Tower Project.  If you have a request for specific information or documentation about this project not answered on this page, please submit in writing to City Hall.  We will do our best to provide you with any information we can.

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Please do NOT dump grease in your sinks.


The City of Hedrick is asking residents to please not dump cooking grease in your sinks.  Please place in a disposable container and place in your garbage.  Recently there was an incident where our city sewer system was clogged and backing up due to a build up of grease.  This can cause undue expense to the City and to residents.  The City thanks you for your help in resolving this issue.

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Water Bills


Due to the number of delinquent water bills in town, here at City Hall we are focusing on implementing existing ordinances to remedy the situation.  As our ordinances state, utility bills are due on the 15th of every month and you have 10 days after the due date to pay the bill.  After 10 days service can be shut off.  Starting on November 15, 2021, we will send a letter to all accounts that have not had a payment made by the 15th.  This letter will be a reminder to pay before the last day of the current month we are in.  If payment is not received or arrangements made with the City Clerk for payment by the last day of the month, service will be turned off on the first of the following month.  We are encouraging residents to not hesitate to contact City Hall if you are having trouble making your payment,  we will still work with residents to help get utility bills caught up. Though once service has been shut off, it can not be turned on again until account has been paid in full including a $25 rehook up fee. 

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