Do you offer automatic payments?

Yes. Pierce County offers you the option of having the amount of your sewer bill automatically deducted from your checking or savings account. Current users, please utilize the online Customer Portal to update your account information if you change banks, bank accounts, or close a bank account.

 Advantages of this program include:

  • No more writing checks.
  • Payments are posted approximately five days before the due date to avoid late charges.
  • Save on postages and ensure your bill is paid when you are away from home.

Accounts will automatically be removed from Account Clearing House (ACH) in the following circumstances: closed or frozen account, cannot locate account or if there are two consecutive bank returns (i.e. NSF, stop payment).

For additional information about automatic payment program, log in to your online Customer Portal and follow the prompts to set up autopay.

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1. View all sewer billing FAQs
2. How do I read my sewer bill?
3. How do I start or stop my service?
4. What are the current sewer rates and charges?
5. When is my bill due?
6. How do I pay my sewer bill?
7. What is the new Customer Portal?
8. How do I set up my Customer Portal?
9. What if I don’t have an email address?
10. Why did my bill due date change?
11. Will my rate increase from the new Customer Portal?
12. Is the Customer Portal secure to use?
13. I forgot my customer portal password, how do I reset it?
14. Do you offer automatic payments?
15. What is the convenience fee for online payments?
16. Do you accept debit or credit card payments?
17. Do you accept payment over the phone?
18. Who is responsible for paying the sewer bill?
19. What happens if I don't pay my monthly sewer bill?
20. What is the 'Late Fee' on my bill?
21. What if my check is returned by the bank?
22. Why does my account have a lien?
23. How do I get the lien released?
24. How is payment credited to my account in the event a lien is placed?
25. What if my billing address changes?
26. How do I add a tenant?