E-Bill error

To all customers receiving e-bills:  Payment Service is working on the bill format.  If you see a note about reading your meter please ignore it.  The District reads the meter, you do not have to.  Also the current bills are due by the 16th of each month and the late charge is $5 or 10% whichever is greater.  Any bills 2 months past due are subject to disconnection.

Rate Increase

Rate increases effective February 2018 billing.  The bills due March 16, 2018.  Rate schedule can be viewed under the  Customer Service tab, Rates and Policies.

 

 

Current Bill Due 16th of each Month

Cut off Day for anyone with 2 months past due / previous balance will be   on the 1st Wednesday of each month.  Please pay before 4:00 p.m. on the day before.  YOUR BILL WITH PAST DUE AMOUNT IS YOUR NOTIFICATION!  WE DO NOT SEND ADDITIONAL CUT-OFF LETTERS.  It is your responsibility to pay each month.  If you receive a bill with PAST DUE, please pay all past due sums or call the office before the 1st of the month following the due date on your bill to make arrangements.  If payment or arrangements are not made before the cut-off day, you will be charged a fee and a work order will be issued to disconnect your service.  After a Work Order is issued service will only be reconnected or left on if all past due and reconnect/ cut-off issue fees are paid.  If service is disconnected, it will not be reconnected until the next business day, unless you pay an additional same day or after hours reconnect fee.

 

 

  Payment Options

  Looking for the most convenient way to pay your bill? We offer a wide variety of payment options to our customers. Simply choose the option that best suits your needs... Learn more... 

 

New Line Construction along Carbide Road

Contractors will begin installing a new 12 inch water line on the West side of Carbide Road June 18, 2018.  Please drive carefully and watch out for workers.

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