ALERT To significantly reduce the chance of COVID-19 infection, the Noble City Hall Lobby will be closed to public access until further notice.

ALERT To significantly reduce the chance of COVID-19 infection, the Noble City Hall Lobby will be closed to public access until further notice. All utility business, building permits and municipal court matters will be handled through the Drive-Up window located on the west side of the building or by phone (405) 872-9251. All staff and city workers will be on the job. We will make efforts to quickly return telephone calls and email inquiries directed to

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Utility Rates & Payment

Current Rates

The rates charged to customers are designed to closely match the costs associated with operation of these separate and distinct public utilities.


18.84 /Minimum First 1,000 gallons
2.85 1001-2000
3.00 2001-3000
3.09 3001-4000
3.21 4001-5000
3.33 5001-10000
3.44 10001-20000
3.75 /Maximum Rate 200001+


15.15 /Minimum First 1,000 gallons
1.18 1001-2000
1.31 2001-3000
1.38 3001-15000
1.43 15000+


14.94 per month first polycart
23.45 per month two polycarts
31.99 per month three polycarts


1.25 per month per household


10.00 per month per household

For additional rates information, contact the Customer Service office at 405-872-9251 x 1
*Last updated on 12-5-2016  

Utility Bill Payment

PAYING YOUR UTILITY BILL The City of Noble provides the following methods of payment:

  • Automatic withdrawal from your checking account
  • By mail to City of Noble, PO Box 557, Noble, OK 73068-0557
  • In person at Noble City Hall, 304 S Main St, during office hours Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm
  • After hours in drop box behind Noble City Hall, 304 S Main St
  • Credit Cards can be used through a payment service or by telephone.
  • Fees start at $3.95. or 1-800-701-8560

Please Note: Payment of Utility accounts is the responsibility of the individual or business listed on the account. Payments on your account not received by the due date immediately become subject to a late charge and possible disconnection. Failure to receive a bill DOES NOT relieve you of liability for payment. If you do not receive a bill, contact Noble City Hall to determine the status of your account.

Click Here To Learn About Automatic Bank Drafts


Automated Bill Payment allows you to pay your bill automatically by charging directly to your checking account. You save time by not having to write a check for your bill. Your bill will always be paid on time. Plus, you save money on postage, you no longer have to worry if we have received your payment, and your bill will still be paid if you are out of town or on vacation.


The City will send a statement by mail before your bill is due. Your bill will specify the exact amount and the exact date your payment will be deducted from your account. This transaction always takes place on the 10th of the month or next business day if it lands on a weekend or holiday. If there are any questions about your bill, you will have time to call before the 10th of the month. Payment information will be shown on your monthly bank statement.


Simply download, fill out and sign the authorization form and mail it along with a voided check to PO Box 557, Noble, OK 73068.Forms are also available for you to pick up at Noble City Hall, 304 S Main St during office hours Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm.

Download Printable Automatic Draft Authorization Form (PDF)

Utility Due Dates Information
  • Bills are mailed on the 1st of the month and due by the 15th.
  • After the 15th a 10% penalty is assessed to the current balance. Failure to receive your bill does not waive the penalty.
  • If the past due amount is unpaid by 4:30pm on the 23rd a service fee of $25.00 and an additional deposit will be assessed.
  • Utilities will be disconnected without further notice on the 24th.
  • Before service is restored the total balance plus the service fee and additional deposit must be paid. All reconnections must be made during office hours.
Contact Customer Service


  • Paying your utility bill
  • Charges on your utility bill
  • Setting up or changing water services
  • Changing refuse services or extra refuse pickups
  • Water leaks
  • Potholes or other street conditions