Apropos for a somewhat soggy morning . . . Never let them tell you that TKC didn't try to save readers some cash.

Check Kansas City joining the growing American freebie army . . .

KC Water will host amnesty month for all residential customers with an outstanding account balance of $350 or more in May. There is no maximum amount, however, customers must be in danger of having their services shut off, currently without water services on, or have been denied water services in their name due to an outstanding balance.

Eligible residents may qualify for financial assistance up to $1,250. Customers will learn about payment arrangement options and apply for assistance through the Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP), Bridging the Gap, Mid-America Assistance Coalition (MAAC), and a host of other utility assistance agencies. Additional late fees may also be waived for residents during amnesty month. Customers who qualify and received financial assistance and have a balance remaining will be placed on a payment agreement for the remaining balance.

Beginning May 1st and ending May 31st, 2023, KC Water will provide customers with multiple options to help them become current on their water accounts, have their water services restored, and set up new services.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

KC Water Hosts Amnesty Month - Helping Customers with Outstanding Bills