Current Affairs

California Cities Rank Among Highest in U.S. for Utility Bills

A recent analysis by doxoINSIGHTS has assessed utility bill costs across the United States, highlighting the varying expenses households face. Notably, California stands out as one of the pricier states for utilities, with Los Angeles ranking among the top cities for high costs.
In California, the average monthly utility bill amounts to $368, surpassing the national average of $351, as per the report. Despite this higher-than-average figure, California remains below the most expensive states: Hawaii ($633 per month), Maine ($500/month), New Jersey ($467/month), Connecticut ($463/month), and Vermont ($428/month).
On the other end of the spectrum, Mississippi boasts the lowest utility costs nationwide, averaging a mere $255 per month. Following closely are South Dakota ($278/month), North Carolina ($282/month), Missouri ($284/month), and Georgia ($286/month), indicating more affordable utility expenses in these states.
Among the major cities analyzed, Los Angeles emerges as the third city with the highest average utility bills in the country, totaling $455 per month. Milwaukee ($538) and New York City ($511) top this list, while San Jose follows closely at $439 per month, as reported by doxoINSIGHTS.

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