Can I put the utilities in my name for someone else?

No, the City strongly advises against allowing someone to connect under your name. The City utility policy states that the person who is living at the address is the one who has to have the utilities in their name. Any fraudulent application made to the City will result in immediate disconnection without notice to the tenant.

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1. Can I put the utilities in my name for someone else?
2. Does someone have to be at the location for utilities to be connected?
3. What can I do if I think my meter has been misread?
4. I have already moved out of town and need my utilities cut off, can I request this service over the telephone?
5. I have recently gotten divorced. How do I get the account changed to reflect the divorce decree?
6. I have recently gotten married, how do I get my name changed on my account?
7. I have moved out. How do I get my name off a joint account?
8. If I am out of town and cannot make it into City Hall, can I send someone in with my information to do my connect for me?
9. Can I connect my utilities over the phone?
10. What are your hours?
11. How much does it cost to connect utilities?