City Utilities electric and natural gas residential customers may qualify for a $50 rebate to have a tune-up performed on their heating system. Inspections and maintenance of heating systems ensure proper and efficient operation and prevents untimely breakdowns. Heating systems must be tuned-up between September 1, 2022 and December 31, 2022, to qualify. Certain restrictions apply; see City Utilities for details or call 417-874-8200.
Help others stay warm
Project Share and City Utilities gift certificates are also available to help you share the warmth with your friends or neighbors.
Project Share allows you to make a tax-deductible donation to your Springfield City Utility bill or make a one-time donation to help your neighbors in need. Gift certificates make an excellent and useful gift this holiday season. Gift certificates are credited to your designated recipient and personalized card with gift amount is sent to the recipient’s home.
If you, or someone you know, need financial assistance with utility bills, assistance may be available.
Visit the OACAC website for more information on assistance programs or contact them at (417) 862-4314 or (417) 864-3495 TDD.
- The Missouri Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) offers programs which are administered through OACAC.
- Energy Crisis Intervention Program (ECIP) provides relief for eligible households to alleviate an energy-related crisis during the winter and summer months.
- The Project SHARE (Springfieldians Helping Area Residents with Energy) Program is administered through OACAC and is funded by CU customer donations. This program provides assistance with winter heating costs for income eligible households from January through May.