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Mayor's Report

It's hard to believe that eight years have already passed since being honored by you to be the Mayor of Kinder. We have all been through much, yet we continue to persevere. Our town's unity and ability to support each other through good and bad is what makes Kinder such a special place! I look forward to that same spirit over the next four years. Thank you for making Kinder a great place to live! It is a privilege to be Mayor. Happy New Year!

Bill Payment Options

You may make utility payments in person in our lobby, at our drive-through window, in our outside drop box, by mail, by automatic bank draft, or online through this payment tab

Conservation Tips

There are a number of easy ways to save water, and they all start with YOU. When you save water, you save money on your utility bills. Here are just a few ways... learn more

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Beware of Online Bill Payment Scams

March 22, 2023

We suggest going directly to the Town of Kinder website (townofkinder.com) and clicking on the green BILL PAYMENT button to pay your utility bills. 

There are other websites that offer online bill payment for Town of Kinder that may look legitimate but are not associated with the Town and may be scams. 

Doko Website Scam


Some websites, like the one pictured above, may be legitimate bill payment companies but the payment may take several weeks to get to the Town for processing and often times the customer is charged for late fees and/or disconnected before the payment arrives.

These companies try to mimic the look of our actual website so please be cautious.

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Grab Your Water Bottle! It's National Hydration Month

Grab Your Water Bottle! It's National Hydration Month

June 01, 2023

Did you know that June is National Hydration Month? Well, we know its hot outside, but proper hydration is critical no matter the weather! 

We understand that keeping the fluids flowing isn’t always top of mind. Proper hydration is vital to healthy living, and improper hydration can and will lead to major health risks. The biggest risk of improper hydration is declining cognitive function.

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