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After extensive discussion and numerous public meetings, on July 28, 2020 the City Council adopted ordinances that will provide funding for the City’s Pavement Management Program via a franchise fee on local gas and electric utilities for the use of public road rights-of-way. These fees are typically passed on to consumers on their monthly utility bill. These funds will be strictly dedicated to local street projects identified in the City’s Pavement Management Program.
Residential utility customers will see a charge of $7 on their electric bill (City of Anoka or Connexus Energy) and $7 on their gas bill (CenterPoint Energy) every month starting in October 2020. Commercial/Industrial properties will see a charge for each utility based on their largest meter size. Please see the road funding FAQ document for additional information on franchise fees.