Electric Billing

Winter Termination Program

The NJ Department of Community Affairs has implemented a Winter Termination Program to prevent discontinuation for eligible residential customers receiving residential electric, sewer and water service from a local authority, municipal authority, or rural electric cooperative from November 15th through March 15th. All customers in arrears should visit: DCAid  or NJ211 for possible assistance.   For further details, please review: Winter Termination Program

Utility Help is Still Available

New Jersey's utility shutoff moratorium ended on March 15th, but some residential customers with overdue utility bills can receive an extension to June 15th.

A new law requires local authorities, municipal or public utilities, and rural electric cooperatives to continue providing electric, gas, sewer, or water service to residential customers who have submitted an application for utility assistance prior to June 15th, 2022 but have not yet received a decision on their application.

To receive the extension, you need to apply for assistance. One easy way to apply is by visiting the DCAid Service Portal hosted by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs.

Covid-19 Ratepayer Information

Certain measures are in place providing relief to ratepayers experiencing economic hardship during the Covid-19 pandemic. Please review this message in it's entirety: COVID-19 Utility Ratepayer Relief Notice  

Installment Plans:                                                                                                        
Installment plans for arrearages accruing between March 9, 2020 and March 15, 2022 are available through July 22, 2022 for a twelve(12) month duration. To maintain the installment plan, a residential customer must pay the monthly installment amount, plus the current bill or the plan will be voided. For more information, please contact 732-828-2100 x183.                                  

Bill Assistance & Arrearage Forgiveness Programs:

  1. NJ Dept. of Community Affairs  Assistance Programs 
  2. Utility Assistance Programs
  3. "Do You Need Help With Your Home Energy Bills?"- Brochure

Contact: 1-844-930-1778 or Call: 2-1-1.

The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) has developed a Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP). This program is designed to assist water and sewer customers facing economic hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For further information, please visit: LIHWAP  


BE ADVISED that Executive Order 229 currently prohibits a local government from shutting off water or electric service to a residential customer, or to accounts primarily serving residential customers, due to nonpayment of water, sewer, or electric charges unless the disconnection is to prevent or ameliorate a risk to public health or safety. This shutoff moratorium remains in effect until March 15, 2022. 

Note: The Borough does not shut off water due to non-payment of bills. However, Borough policy allows electricity to be shut off due to non-payment.


BE ADVISED that Executive Order 229 places a moratorium on local governments enforcing late payment charges and penalties on water or electric accounts or referring a delinquent water or electric payment to tax sale. On or after March 15, 2022, charges and penalties may be imposed for delinquent payments, and any payments remaining delinquent may be referred to a tax lien sale held by the municipal tax collector. 

Electric Billing

Electric is billed monthly and is based on consumption from the prior month meter read to the current month meter read.

Final Billing Fee

When a property is being sold, and a transfer of ownership occurs- finals must be requested 24 hours in advance. A final billing fee of $25 will be added to each electric account. View the Final Meter Readings Form (PDF).

Reconnection Fee

Whenever electric service to any user is disconnected for nonpayment of rates and service charges, a fee of $50 (during business hours) shall be imposed for the reinstallation of service. After business hours (weekends and holidays): $100. View the Third Party Notification Form (PDF).

Tenant Account Deposits

Tenants are required to leave a deposit to set up an electrical service account.  The Borough’s fees are as follows:

  • Commercial: $1,500
  • Residential: $350

View the Electric Meter Deposit Form (PDF).

Life Sustaining Equipment

If an individual in your home or business relies on life-sustaining equipment, please notify the utility office and we will note your account.

Billing Questions

For billing questions please contact the Milltown Borough Utility Department at 732-828-2100 ext. 183.

Electric Rates & Fees

To see the rates established by the Borough for Electric rates, please see ordinance 10-1311 Ch 22 Electric Service Rates.

Solar or Self Generating Electric

For information on Solar or Self Generating Electric, please see Chapter 22 Section 40.5 of our Municipal Code book.

Other Billing