- My Account
- Account Name Changes
- Changes in Account Holder
- Claim Resolution
- Deposit and Connection Fees
- Electric Meter Relocation
- JEA Credit Score
- Medical Alerts
- Reclaimed Water Inspection Fee
- Service Charges
- Service Reconnection
- Social Security Numbers
Understanding Your JEA Bill
Did you open your utility bill this month and notice a significant change from last month? Does your bill seem higher than usual during this time of year? It’s important to know when you have a bill spike, its a warning sign that something in your home has changed, you have changed your habits, or weather has impacted your usage. Understanding what can cause a high bill is the first step to diagnosing it.
Learn More in the High Bill Toolkit
Not sure how to read each of the sections of your monthly statement? Grab your bill and follow along as we explain each charge.
View a Sample Statement with Explanations
Do you find all those charges, taxes and fees on your bill confusing?
View a Breakdown of a Typical Bill
Learn about the benefits of advanced metering JEA is using to measure customers' consumption.
How Meter Reading Works
Learn about how JEA’s electric and water rates are structured and how they compare to other utilities across the nation.
JEA Rate Information
Late fees, service reconnects, inspections and other special circumstances require a visit from a JEA employee and could create an additional cost on your bill.
Learn About Services Charges
Our handy calculator helps you estimate your bill. Simply choose your county and approximate usage for the month and we'll show you an estimate including your monthly taxes, fees and charges.
Understanding Commercial Electric Rates
Many of JEA’s large business customers pay a commercial demand rate.
Learn About Commercial Electric Rates
Ever wonder why it’s the end of the month, and you haven’t received a bill yet? That’s because of JEA’s billing cycles. A billing cycle is the elapsed time between printings of a customer’s monthly bills. When a JEA customer starts service, his/her account is assigned to one of twenty billing cycles, which are assigned based on the customer’s location. Bills are prepared for one cycle each work night. The exact number of days between bills may vary from month to month, depending on when weekends and holidays occur during the month. As a result, and unlike credit card companies, payments are not due and bills are not generated on weekends and holidays.