What are sewer charges for?
Wastewater is the used water that goes down the drains inside of our houses and businesses, collected in our sewer systems and transported to Wastewater Reclamation Facilities. The sewer portion of your bill pays the costs associated with cleaning wastewater and returning it to the environment safely and responsibly. Please contact the Department of Environmental Management Wastewater Reclamation Division at 270-7417 for more information on wastewater processing or sewer billings. Dept. of Environmental Management - Wastewater

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1. How do I open an account, ask questions about my account and bill, start or terminate water service, or report a change of address?
2. What is my account number for? Where can I find it?
3. How can I sign up for Automatic Bill Payment?
4. How do I request emergency services?
5. How do I establish new water service at a property that is not already connected to the system?
6. How do I read my residential water meter?
7. How do I pay for my water bill? What if I have specific questions about my bill?
8. Why is my bill so high?
9. I'm confused with the new format for the water bill. How do I read it?
10. What is the monthly Water Service Charge for?
11. Why is my sewer (wastewater) bill higher than my water bill?
12. What are sewer charges for?