UNDERSTANDING THE BILLING SYSTEM
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The Districtís billing cycle begins on July 1 each year. All customers are sent their annual sewer service bill and have the option to pay either the full amount or make quarterly payments. Customers paying the entire balance in July are able to take advantage of a $12.00 billing discount. The quarterly billings are sent on October 1, January 1 and April 1.
Any account balance not paid by April 30, will be sent a delinquent account notice. Each June, the District Board of Trustees conducts a public hearing to consider sending remaining account balances to the County Treasurer to add to the property taxes due on the respective property owner of the account.
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View or Pay Your Sewer Bill (eStatement)
Click to view your eStatement or make a payment by credit card, debit card,
or bank check using our secure online system 24 hours a day. You may also pay your bill by phone. You may make a credit card or check payment by phone at (866) 968-7226, with no additional charge, available 24 hours a day.
Title Company Demands(eDemand)
Requests for escrow close demands are recieved through the eDemand system (24/7). Most Residential demands are available online. Commercial demands are generated by staff. Log in or sign up to eDemand to create a request.
Both eStatement and eDemand Systems may be offline between 5 and 7:30 PM PDT on Thursdays for scheduled weekly maintenance. Any interruptions will be brief. Please try again in a few minutes.
By paying your sewer service bill, you enable
the "Clean Water Team" to:
Operate more than 2,000 miles of pipeline to bring the wastewater to the treatment facilities.
Operate treatment facilities 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Conduct more than 100,000 laboratory tests to ensure water quality.
Reclaim more than 95,000,000 gallons of water each day.
When you pay your sewer service bill, you are
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- Environmental Protection
- Resource Management
- Highest Reclaimed Water Quality in the Nation