Residential Pricing


2018 pricing

On average, residential customers realized a 4.5 percent drop in water prices effective Feb. 1, 2018. Electric prices did not increase in 2018 - marking the third time in four years that we have been able to keep electric prices flat. We did not increase electric prices in 2017 or 2015.

We're working hard to deliver value to customers and to better align spending levels to what our customers-owners expect. Our affordability initiative includes cutting costs, delaying or reducing certain capital projects, paying off or restructuring debt and eliminating some programs that don't directly impact safety or reliability. 

Details of electric and water prices are provided below.

Understanding how to read your bill is a good way to learn more about pricing and manage your electric and water usage.

Questions about City of Eugene stormwater and wastewater charges?

Charges related to stormwater and wastewater appear in the water portion of customer bills, but are not EWEB charges. The City of Eugene owns and operates the stormwater and wastewater systems in Eugene. For efficiency,  EWEB acts as the City's billing agent per City charter. If you have questions about these fees, visit the City of Eugene stormwater and wastewater websites or call the City of Eugene at 541-682-4900. 





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Understanding how to read your bill is a good way to manage your electric and water usage.