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CITY OF OAK RIDGE

TENNESSEE

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NOTICE

The City of Oak Ridge is now able to take online payments again. Customers can make payments via the Customer Self Service (CSS) Portal by clicking here. 

Late fees are being waived and disconnects are not occurring during this time.

If you have any questions or would like to visit us in person, the Utility Business Office (UBO) is open and accepting payments during normal business hours (Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Customers can also leave check payments in the drop box outside the UBO at 200 South Tulane Avenue, Oak Ridge.

The UBO can be reached at (865) 425-3400.

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CONTACT US

UTILITY BUSINESS OFFICE

ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT

(865) 425-3400

(865) 425-1803

CITY COURT

(865) 425- 3536

PUBLIC WORKS

(865) 425-1875

  

POLICE DEPARTMENT

PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT

(865) 425-4399

(865) 425-3531

FIRE DEPARTMENT

  

PERMITTING: (865) 425-3532

PUBLIC LIBRARY


(865) 425-3520

(865) 425-3455

For emergencies, please dial 911.

ANIMAL SHELTER

(865) 425-3423

COMMUNICATIONS

RECREATION & PARKS

(865) 425-3453

CITY CLERK

(865) 425-3411

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NEWS & INFORMATION

What's happening in Oak Ridge

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Dollar Bills

Online bill pay is available again. Residents can log into the Customer Self Service Portal to view and pay their utility bills.

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Agendas, minutes & recordings

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CITY OF OAK RIDGE BUSINESS OPERATIONS CONTINUE AMID OUTAGE

CITY RECOVERING AFTER MALWARE ATTACK

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25TH ANNUAL WATER QUALITY REPORT

March 31, 2023

Operations knocked offline due to a malware attack at the City of Oak Ridge will gradually return in the coming weeks.

March 31, 2023

The City of Oak Ridge computer systems were attacked last week, by a sophisticated group of criminals. The attack involved the insertion of malicious programs, often called “malware” or “computer viruses,” into the City’s computer network.

February 28, 2023

The 25th annual water quality report is now available for viewing.

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