I received a disconnect notice; what should I do?

Disconnect notices are sent for past due balances not paid by the 35th day after the bill date. The disconnect notice will provide a date to make payment for the past due amount, as well as the current charges and fees. You may also request approval for a payment arrangement. Customers should make payment by contacting Administrative Services by phone or in person to avoid delays in the posting of their payment and potential interruption of their service.

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1. Whom do I contact regarding vehicle licensing, vehicle titling, marriage licenses, property taxes, voter registration, or public health nurse services?
2. How do I establish utility service with the City of Cody?
3. What does the City of Cody bill me for?
4. What is the SMP Pass-Through fee on my bill?
5. When is my bill due?
6. Can I change the date my bill is due?
7. What payment options are available?
8. Will I be charged a fee if I pay with my credit card?
9. When do I get charged a late fee and how much will it be?
10. I received a disconnect notice; what should I do?
11. Is there a fee if my service is disconnected for non-payment?
12. Does the City of Cody offer payment arrangements?
13. Does the City of Cody offer budget billing?
14. My utility account is on automatic payments; why doesn't it state that on my bill?
15. Why is my bill so high when I haven't done anything different?
16. Where can I submit a complaint about tall grass and/or weeds?
17. Whom should I contact if my street light doesn't work?
18. Are there specific days I can water my lawn?
19. Why does my raw water have an unpleasant odor?
20. Does the City have a spring and fall cleanup?