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To stop, start or transfer service, call 402.554.6666 a minimum of two working days before your move. If you plan to move during a holiday weekend, it's best to call one week prior as many people chose those days to move. There is a processing fee to turn on or transfer service to a different address. There is no charge to turn off services.
NEW! You may also request to stop, start or transfer service with our online forms available under the My Home button.
Buying a house? Check with the seller or Realtor about the existing water service or private line. When was it installed? Have there been any repairs? If the service is very old and made of a material that can corrode, the service line may be deteriorated. If the water service line leaks, you're responsible for repairs.
Direct link to on-line form: https://myaccount.mudomaha.com/ManualMeterReadingFormLayout.action You also can find it under the My Home button.
The Heat Aid Fund was established by M.U.D. in 1983 and is administered by The Salvation Army. The Fund has served more than 30,000 customers since its inception.
If you need help to pay utility bills, the first step is to contact the Nebraska Energy Assistance Program at 1.800.383.4278 or apply on-line.
- Recipients must have received a shut-off notice and have made an attempt to qualify for assistance under other governmental programs.
- The applicant must reside in the District's service area, be age 60 or older; or disabled (proof of disability is required); or be in a crisis situation.
- No more than $500 per household in a heating season.
- Applicants have to work with The Salvation Army on general budgeting skills and have a consistent payment history.
To make an appointment for an interview, call The Salvation Army at 402.898.5966.