Why did the city make this change to residential utility invoicing?

Council would like the community to have better clarity of how much they are paying for in utilities versus property taxes. Although utilities are outlined in their own section on the property tax notice, there has been confusion about what has caused a property’s entire bill to increase. It is common practice for municipalities to bill for utilities separately from property taxes. Currently, commercial properties in Revelstoke are being invoiced separately and this change will only impact residential utility users. 

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1. What is a Residential Utility Invoice?
2. Why did the city make this change to residential utility invoicing?
3. When will I receive the new Residential Utility Invoice?
4. When is the Residential Utility Invoice due?
5. How do I make payment on my Residential Utility invoice?
6. What happens if I miss the due date for the Residential Utility invoice?
7. I was previously paying my property tax notice (which included residential utilities) with the city installment plan – is there an installment plan for residential utilities?
8. How do I join the Residential Utility Installment Plan?
9. My mortgage holder or bank has been paying my property tax in the past, with utilities being removed from the property tax notice, what do I need to do?