Step 10 – Utility Billing: Now you are in service and ready to enjoy the benefits of public sewer. As a new customer, monthly Billing will begin once the inspection is approved. The District bills every other month, for two months of service. Bills are due on the last day of the second month. To learn more, read our fact sheet on “How Your Wastewater Charges Are Used”.
Special Assessment Billing for contract – if the property owner financed the connection fees, then the property owner will also receive a monthly bill for the special assessment. This payment must be sent directly to the District office.
What if sewer isn’t immediately available to my house?
Submit a Request for Utility Review and the engineering staff will study the property and system to find out what it will take to get you connected. Don’t worry, however, we have many other Residential Connection Options to help in the process.
What if my property isn’t in the District’s sewer service Area?
The property is NOT within the sewer service area. Sewer service from this purveyor is NOT available.
In this situation, if the property is within the Clark County Urban Growth Boundary, then annexation may be available.