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Commercial Water

As a water customer of ALP Utilities, you receive a high quality product that meets every federal and state standard for safe drinking water.

ALP serves over 900 commercial water customers and produces an average of 1.4 million gallons of water per day. What you pay for water provides adequate system maintenance, capital improvements and chemicals, and assures a safe drinking water supply. View our water service policy.

To view ALP Utilities finished water analysis, click here.

Utility Rates & Fees

Rates & Fees

2020 Monthly Facilities Charges

Meter Size:2019 RateNew Rate
Irrigation Meter$2
Up to 3/4 “$13.50$14.35
1 1/2″$22.40$27

2020 Commercial Usage Charges

Per 1,000 Gallons2019 RateNew Rate

Water Quality Reports

ALP Utilities is required to provide a Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) to our customers. The CCR summarizes information regarding water resources used (i.e., rivers, lakes, reservoirs, or aquifers), any detected contaminants, compliance and educational information on contaminants.

Please contact us at 320-763-6501 if you would like to receive a printed copy of the CCR or have any questions.

Current Consumer Confidence/Water Quality Report

Sewer Service

ALP Utilities is contracted by Alexandria Lakes Area Sanitary District (ALASD) to bill monthly sewer charges.

Rates are set by ALASD’s board of directors. If you have questions about sewage rates or are experiencing problems with your sewer system, contact ALASD at 320-762-1135.

Commercial Sewer:$6.13/K gallons of water used
+ a $0.50 flat charge/month


ALP Utilities is transitioning to new billing and payment software effective July 1, 2020. Please note, as our system conversion takes place, July bills will be received later than normal.


As part of this software change our online account management application will change. After we launch on July 1, our online account management will be operating through a new billing and payment system called SmartHub.


If you are enrolled in auto pay your enrollment will automatically transfer. You may also continue to make payments via check, cash and e bill through your bank.


In order for you to continue to receive an electronic bill, as well as pay your bill online, you are required to re-register as a new user through SmartHub. You can get details on how to register for SmartHub at:


You may register your new SmartHub account on the web or on your smartphone July 1. 


We appreciate your patience and understanding in advance of this change.