Contact the Utilities Department:
or call General Inquiries:
Did you know we offer E-Billing?
Simply email email@example.com your name, civic address, phone number, and account number to register.
The City of Flin Flon issues quarterly utility statements. Residents will receive a statement as per the billing schedule on the left. Utility bills are due by the last business day of the month they are received.
Payments can be made:
By Mail - (cheque or money order), together with the bottom portion of your utility invoice. Please ensure payments are received in our office on or before the due date to avoid penalties. Make cheque payable to The City of Flin Flon. Cheques may be postdated to the due date. The City of Flin Flon will also file postdated cheques if you would like to fill out ahead of time.
In Person - Bring your utility invoice and payment to City Hall 20 First Ave, between 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Monday - Friday. DEBIT available (we do not accept credit card payment)
24 Hour Drop-off - Drop an envelope containing payment (cheque or money order) and the bottom portion of your utility invoice in the mailbox at the main entrance to City Hall. Please do not place cash in the drop box.
- disposable diapers
- tampons or tampon applicators
- sanitary napkins
- cotton balls and swabs
- cleaning wipes of any kind
- facial tissue
- bandages and bandage wrappings
- automotive fluids
- paint, solvents, sealants, and thinners
- poisons and hazardous waste
- pet waste
- Unused Medications
- Protect drains from chemical spills — do not use sinks for chemical storage or secondary containment.
- Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG)
Grease in sewer pipes causes sewer maintenance problems for property owners and the city.
Never pour grease down your sink drain and try to use your garbage disposal less.
- No radioactive waste
- No hazardous chemical waste
- No untreated biohazardous waste
- No solids, sludge, or viscous substances
- Will not interfere with sewage treatment operations
- No corrosive pH levels
- No grease or oil
- No hot (150°F or higher) temperatures in volumes of more than 10 gallons