Foothills Virtual County Hall will make it easier for you to:
- View your utility account history
- Make a payment via credit card or debit card
- Go paperless - sign-up for eBilling
- Manage your pre-authorized payment plans – WIPP & WPAP
Foothills County provides some water, sewer and garbage services to the Hamlets of Aldersyde, Silvertip, Blackie, Cayley, Cottonwood, and Millarville Landing.
You must have a water meter if you are connected to the municipal water system. Contact us by email or 403-652-2341 to arrange for a meter installation.
Current Utility Rates are listed in the Fee Schedule within the Resource Library (scroll down to Fee Schedule and open pdf for the rates).
Billing is done on a bi-monthly basis.
Monthly Budget Payment Plan (WIPP)
Bi-Monthly Payment Plan (WPAP)
The Bi-Monthly Payment Plan (WPAP) will
authorize us to automatically withdraw the
full amount of your utility invoice on the 1st
or 15th day of the month following the billing
date. The Monthly Budget Payment Plan (WIPP)
authorizes us to automatically withdraw a fixed
amount on either the 1st or 15th day of each
month. Pay utility bills using our Online Services or access
the pre-authorized debit form.
Utilities Consumer Advocate
Visit the Utilities Consumer Advocate website to compare electricity and gas prices in your area, view historical rates, or get help resolving water and energy utility related issues.
Garbage Pick-up is for Blackie, Cayley and Silvertip only.
Aldersyde - Wednesday
Blackie - Tuesday
Cayley - Tuesday
Silvertip - Wednesday
Be sure to contact Foothills County Administration Office in advance of
your move out/in date so we can ensure you get a final read and your
final bill in a timely manner.
For more information on utilities please contact 403-652-2341 or by email
Disposable Wipes and Sewer Problems.
Did you know disposable wipes are not flushable! They may be convenient, but when flushed down the toilet, they cause big problems. Not only will they clog your plumbing, they plug up sewer and waste water pumps creating overloads in the sewer system, ultimately damaging expensive equipment. Toilet paper is the only substance that breaks down and flushes through the wastewater system.
Please don't flush disposable wipes.