North Augusta municipal building

The North Augusta Municipal Building is pictured.

The city of North Augusta will be resuming utility cutoffs for folks who haven't paid their bills on Tuesday, July 7. 

"The City encourages our customers to continue making timely payments and pay their delinquent balance in full by 5 p.m. on July 6, 2020, to avoid disconnection," a post on the city's website states. 

Gov. Henry McMaster rescinded a request that utilities suspend disconnections during the pandemic. 

If you have an extenuating circumstance and are unable to make payment on your account, you may be eligible for a payment agreement," the city's website says. 

"Eligibility is determined based upon a customer’s current payment history for their City account. Contact Customer Service to determine if you are eligible."

People who need to pay their bills can do so in person at the municipal building; via the mail to PO Box 6400 North Augusta SC, 29861; in the municipal building drop box at 100 Georgia Avenue, on the city’s website at; or via online bill pay with the customer’s financial institution.

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Lindsey is the North Augusta reporter at the Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star. She graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2017, and grew up in Hodges, SC.