The City of Farmington will resume disconnecting utility services for non-payment in July
Look up your past due balance on your latest bill or go to https://utilities.fmtn.org/webpay
We are offering a basic payment plan to assist you in paying back utility past due amounts accrued during the COVID disconnection moratorium. Click the link to fill out the paperwork and email it directly to Customer Service. A representative will get back to you within 24 hours. If your needs require a plan outside of what is offered on the form, please contact
Customer Service at 505-599-1353 option 0 (Mon-Fri, 8am- 5pm)
(Use Internet Explorer browser to submit the agreement online. Otherwise, download and email the signed agreement to CustomerConnect@fmtn.org)
Utility Assistance Available:
Emergency Rental Assistance Program
Rental and utility assistance is available to households who pay rent on a residential dwelling. Rental assistance can be used for unpaid current and future rent and utilities. Call 1-833-485-1334 or visit https://www.renthelpnm.org
Apply for assistance directly through FEUS. Download the application, fill it out and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will submit your application to the state.
LIHEAP is administered by the NM Human Services Department and is used to pay utility bills for income-qualified New Mexico Residents. Call 1-800-283-4465 or visit https://www.yes.state.nm.us/yesnm/home/index
ECHO is a COF-funded, income- and emergency-based assistance program administered through ECHO, Inc. Call at 505-325-7466 or visit at 1921 E. Murray Dr.