Utility Billing

Utility Billing


The City of Issaquah bills every other month for drinking water, sewer and stormwater. Learn more about our rates.

Payment Options

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View all payment options the City utilizes for Utility Billing. Be sure to check to see if you or your family qualify for any utility rebates. Need help signing up for online bill pay? Watch this easy to follow tutorial.

If you have any questions, please reach out to our Utility Billing team.

Other Services


For garbage, recycling, and compost related issues, please contact Recology CleanScapes. They can also be reached at 425-837-1234.

The City’s previous contract with Cleanscapes/Recology was signed in 2012, with extremely low rates due to the economy and competition at the time. The City exercised all extensions to keep rates for our residents as low as possible, but that contract ended on June 30, 2023. Based on feedback from residents and proposals from multiple regional haulers, City Council chose to create a new contract with Recology which did include an increase in rates, but also an increase in overall level of service. That contract went into effect July 1, 2023. The new contract rates are competitive within the Puget Sound region.

Looking for current garbage rates? Visit Recology's website.


Visit Puget Sound Energy's website to pay your gas and electricity bills, look at payment options, and view outages. They can also be reached at 425-452-1234.


There are a few different options for cable and internet services in Issaquah. Here are a few possible options: