Go paperless! You can receive a PDF scan of your bill by e-mail. To signup for paperless billing, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include “Paperless Billing” in the subject line of your email and include your service address or account number in the body of the email. Or check the box on your bill stub and return with your e-mail address listed.
View Account or Pay by Credit Card
Credit card payments can be made by phone or online. To make a payment, call 1-844-918-0962. (Fee charged by third party.) To pay online, please click here. Please note: you will need your account number to pay by phone or pay online. You will also need the PIN number found at the lower left corner of your paper bill to pay online. You may use the same link to view your current bill and billing history online.
Electronic Account Withdraw
To have your utility bill automatically withdrawn from a specified bank account, fill out this form and return with a voided check.
Water and Sewer bills are issued monthly and are due on the 15th of the month or next business day if the 15th falls on a weekend or holiday. You can mail your payment to the address below, or drop it off in the night deposit box. Payments in the form of cash, check or money order can be dropped in the night box. No change is given, any overpayment is credited to your account.
Location and mailing address:
211 E Boundary St
Perrysburg, Ohio 43551
Hours: 7:00 AM – 3:30 PM, Monday-Friday
Please note: The Department of Public Utilities Billing Office is currently closed due to COVID-19. Please call 419-872-8050 for assistance.
Water Costs Money...Don't Waste It!
You can conserve water and save money. A dripping faucet or fixture can waste 3 gallons a day of water, which is a total of 1095 gallons per year. Utility bills are based on water meter readings. If you think your bill is higher than it should be, please check some of the common areas listed below.
Some examples of common leaks:
> Faucets that drip
> Leaky valve on a toilet
> Water-powered backup sump pumps also use a considerable amount of potable water to move waste water/stormwater from the sump basin (about half to 3/4 gallons of fresh water for every gallon of waste water). Even at the low pump capacity of 800 gallons per hour, that’s 600 gallons of fresh water being wasted.
Click here for examples of how much water is wasted when you have a leak.
Remember that water conservation saves money and energy!