When are bills sent and how can they be paid?
Most properties are billed every six months. The exceptions are some commercial properties with a high water volume, and certain properties that remove their meters every winter. Different areas of town are billed at different times of the year.

-Once the bill is issued, you have 35 days from the issue date to pay this bill before interest starts accruing. Once the bill is past the due date, interest will start accruing on a daily basis, going back to the date of issue, not the due date. This interest will keep accruing on any portion that remains unpaid.

-To pay your bill you may send in a check or money order with your account number written on it to the address on the bill, or you may respond in person to the Tax Collectors office at 45 Broad Street to pay in person.
-If you wish, you may also pay your bill by credit card via phone 1-800-272-9829
(Our jurisdiction code is 4910) or on-line at www.officialpayments.com.
-Please note: there will be a charge for these last two options

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1. How are after hours, weekend and holiday emergency calls managed
2. Why do I have a high water bill
3. Discolored water or low water pressure
4. When are bills sent and how can they be paid?
5. What if there are billing questions
6. Are elderly exemptions available ?
7. What should be done prior to purchasing a house
8. What if the account is seasonal use?