Welcome to the Official Website of BGCD

Welcome New Developers to BG

Commercial development is gaining attention on State Road 43. Welcome the new Starbucks later this year, and a new location for Taco Bell. 

The CCR report for 2022 is now available, click here for the new edition.

July utility bills include a recent wastewater rate adjustment. There has been no increase since 2012 and the current rate is established to cover infrastructure projects. Going forward, cost of living adjustments are planned to ensure the utility remains in good financial health. 

New Utility Bill Format

Register for E-mail bills delivered to your inbox!      https://bgutilities.authoritypay.com.   You will need the account number and CID number from your most recent utility bill to create a customer account and request email delivery option, check your balance and review recent water consumption.  If you sign up before the 15th, your next bill can be delivered electronically. 

Emergency Alert

Subscribe to Emergency Alerts for text or email regarding water system events. Click the red box in the far right column of this page. Alerts reach most carriers within a minute, and the full message is always available on this website.

Pay My Bill Online

A new customer portal is open for business, to make paying your bill even easier. Auto-pay, and pay-by-text can be used with credit and debit card transactions.
You may also pay by phone: (844) 798-0498. 

There is a convenience fee for all electronic payments. We still accept cash at Town Hall, or drop a check in the secure box at the utility office. 

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June Utility Bill News

May 25, 2022

New information about an increase in wastewater fees, and the newest edition of the Consumer Confidence Report for 2022,  click here. 

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Hello August...It's Really Hot Out There

Hello August...It's Really Hot Out There

August 01, 2022

Raise your hand if you are surviving a heat wave!

We have made it to the peak of our summer months and the peak of summer pests.

It takes some serious skill to keep the bugs at bay and the lawn looking fresh this time of year.

And to be honest, with school starting back-up and a change of seasons on the horizon, no one is particularly interested in spending their extra-time on extensive lawncare routines.

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