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Extreme cold temperatures result in higher energy and water usage for customers across the Tennessee Valley region.

Extremely cold weather can have a big impact on energy and water bills. That's why through March 26, 2024, FPU is waiving late fees and pausing disconnections to allow customers extra time to pay their bills following January's brutally cold weather. Please be aware that bills will look the same and include late fees, but those fees will be waived.

FPU is here for you and can also help customers set up payment arrangements or take advantage of assistance provided by local agencies. FPU urges customers who are having difficulty paying their bills to give us a call at 931-433-1522.
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The Board of Public Utilities of the City of Fayetteville, Lincoln County, Tennessee will have the following meetings at the Fayetteville Public Utilities Administration building located at 408 College Street West, Fayetteville, TN:
Board Work Session – Wednesday, February 28, 2024, at 7:00 A.M.
Board Meeting – Wednesday, February 28, 2024, at 8:00 A.M.
A time for public comment will be allotted at the beginning of the Board meeting regarding any discussions germane to items on the agenda.

Download February Agenda
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Scams can happen in person, online or over the phone. FPU will never call to collect payment over the phone. If a person posing as a utility worker comes to your home, decline any action until you can verify its authenticity. If you receive a text or email message claiming you have won a prize from FPU or threatening to turn off your utilities, do not click any links. Protect yourself from scams and always do your research before taking any action no matter how persistent the person may be. If you feel you have encountered a utility scam, please contact FPU at 433-1522.

February 2024 Mayor and Alderman Meeting

January 2024 FPU Monthly Update

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Numbers updated as of 6/30/2022.