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City of Monticello Landlord's Utility Service Application

  1. Will you keep MCUS service (water/sewer) in your name?*
  2. All Applicants for water service in Monticello


    I acknowledge I have read Title V, Chapter 51, which explains my rights and responsibilities, as a water user and landlord of property receiving utility services in the City of Monticello.  I agree to abide by and be bound by all provisions of this Ordinance.  As a landlord, I accept responsibility for all unpaid utility bills for all subsequent renters.

  3. Do You Agree?
    By clicking "I agree," you agree and acknowledge that 1) your application will not be "Signed" in the sense of a traditional paper document 2) By signing in this alternate manner, you agree that your "electronic signature" is valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature 3) You agree to abide by and be bound by all provisions of the City of Monticello Ordinance 4) You accept responsibility for all unpaid utility bills.
  4. The City of Monticello will return all rental property to the owner's name when renters request discontinuation of service.  If you wish to bill to be sent to any address other than the service address, or if you want the water turned off, you must contact the City of Monticello before or when the renter is expected to leave.  Notification to the City must be made each time a renter moves out of the above property.  There is a $10.00 charge to turn water off and on. The renter's water deposit of $75.00 is required of all renters before utility service will be transferred into their name.  This deposit will be applied to their final bill.  As a general rule, landlords become responsible for the renter's water bill if it remains unpaid after 3 months from the date the City is notified that they are moving.  If the balance remains unpaid after 4 months, a lien will be filed against the property.  The City of Monticello encourages landlords to check on the status of their tenants' utility service bills.  The City also suggests that landlords check with the City to see that all water bills for the renter have been paid prior to refunding their renter's deposit.

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