Clarkston provides culinary water but no wastewater treatment (sewer). Each home or business is responsible for obtaining the necessary permits for installing a septic system. Contact the Bear River Health Department for information.
For assistance in paying your utility bill, click here.
Clarkston town now offers online bill pay for utility bills, licenses, etc. Click here to learn how to set up your account. There is a one-time account set-up fee of $25.00.
The Xpress Bill Pay page for Clarkston is found here.
Culinary water is provided at a base rate of $35.75 for the first 70,000 gallons per month. For nonresidents, the rate is $55.75.
$35.75 for up to 70,000 gal
$0.25 per 1,000 gal from 70,001 to 80,000
$0.50 per 1,000 gal from 80,001 to 90,000
$0.75 per 1,000 gal from 90,001 to 100,000
$1.50 per 1,000 gal from 100,001 and up
$55.75 for up to 70,000 gal
$0.37 per 1,000 gal from 70,001 to 80,000
$0.80 per 1,000 gal from 80,001 to 90,000
$1.25 per 1,000 gal from 90,001 to 100,000
$2.40 per 1,000 gal from 100,001 and up
2021 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
Click here for the 2021 Annual Drinking Water Report. The report provides information on the quality of the drinking water and the services Clarkston Town provides.
Garbage and Recycling
We contract with the Logan City Environmental Department for waste collection and recycling. Waste is collected every Monday in Clarkston while the recycling bin is picked up every other Monday. Please note that recycling is mandatory and the fee is $3.00 per month. You can find the recycling schedule here.
The fees for garbage and recycling are listed in the monthly utility bill that Clarkston mails. Currently, a 60 gallon bin is $16.75 per month while a 90 gallon bin is $19.00 for residents. For commercial entities, the 90 gallon bin is $16.00 while a 300 gallon bin is $73.71 per month.
To sign up for garbage and recycling collection or to change the size or number of containers, please go to the Logan City Environmental Department page to obtain forms and more information.
Rocky Mountain Power provides electrical service to our community. Please click here for information on starting, stopping, or moving service.
Dominion Energy provides natural gas service. Click here for more information.