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What type of inquiry are you concerned with?
Disconnect Utility Service
Apply for Residential Service
Apply for Commercial Service
To apply for services, the following items are required to be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, 1. Complete online application by authorized agent/officer of business entity, 2. Property address where service is required, along with lease contract or deed, 3. Documents establishing the business structure; Assumed Name Certificate, Partnership Agreement, or Certificate of Formation, 4. Document from IRS with Federal Tax ID number (EIN), 5. Business accounts must be established in the name of the business entity not an individual's name, 6. Deposits and fees are due upon opening of business accounts and are not transferable.
Service Charges $25.00 for each service (Non-Refundable) / Deposit: TBD (Refundable), Conditions Apply. Deposits paid on a commercial account are refunded to the business name on the account.
Date Service is Required:
Name of Company:
EIN/Tax ID or Social Security Number:
Driver's License or Other valid State/Government issued I.D. (Sole Propietor):
What is the physical address for which you are requesting service?
Business / Cellular phone number: By providing a cellular phone number, you are authorizing BPUB to use that number for any purpose related to your account with BPUB, including pre-recorded voice or text messages related to service. You are solely responsible for cellular charges related to this issue.
Fax Number (xxx-xxx-xxxx):
Contact Email Address:
Legal Structure of Business (Corporation, Partnership, Sole Propietor, etc.)
Name of Corporate Officers/Partners/Owner(s):
Type of Business:
Age of Company:
By telling us your Tax ID, Social Security Number or Drivers License Number and your first and last name in this application for utility service, you are also certifying that you are the person Identified by those items. If you purposely certify to false or misleading information, you may be prosecuted for a third-degree felony for falsifying a government record under the Texas Penal Code.