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Dekalb Water and Sewer Bill

What to Do When You Can’t Pay Your Dekalb Water and Sewer Bill

Dekalb Water and Sewer is a smaller water company that serves the Dekalb County area of Georgia. The company headquarters is located in Stone Mountain, Georgia, just outside of Atlanta. The company owns and operates more than 5,000 miles of pipeline.

How to Pay the Bill

Pay online: You can pay your Dekalb Water and Sewer bill online at http://web.co.dekalb.ga.us/cpak/Members/login.php. There is no need to register for an online as the company accepts one-time payments. Customers will need their account number to log in for payment. There does not appear to be a fee associated with online payments. Credit cards and debit cards are accepted.

Pay in person: Payments may be accepted at the Dekalb County Department of Watershed Management. The office is located at 1580 Roadhaven Dr. the contact number for the management office is 1-770-621-7200.

Pay by mail: Customers can mail payments to the address on their bill. If you do not have a bill but want to send payment, address the payment to:

Dekalb Water and Sewer
1580 Roadhaven Dr.
Stone Mountain, GA 30083

Questions About Your Billing Statement or Account?

At times, monthly fees, such as late payment charges or nonpayment charges appear on you monthly Dekalb Water and Sewer billing statement or account that need further explanation. For further details concerning your billing statement or account, we recommend visiting the Dekalb Water and Sewer Customer Resource Page. You can also find out more about your billing statement or account by calling customer service at 1-404-378-4475.

How the Penalty Fees Work

Dekalb Water and Sewer recently added a long list of fees associated with disconnections and non-payment. Cut-off fees may be avoided if a customer contacts the customer service department to place a past due balance on a payment plan, but late payment fees may still apply.

  • Late payment fee: 10% of the total past due balance.
  • First cut-off fee for non-payment: $45
  • Subsequent cut-off fee for non-payment: $50

Other fees not listed on the tariff and rate pages may include returned check fee and disconnect fee.

I Can’t Make a Payment

Dekalb Water and Sewer offers a payment arrangement for customers having trouble making payment. According to the customer service statement, it is best for customers to contact customer service before they receive a disconnect notice. All past due balances must be placed on a payment arrangement plan before the disconnect date to protect service. The payment arrangement amount will be billed in addition to current charges.

Contact the customer service department at 1-404-378-4475 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday to Friday. Customers can also visit in person to place a past due balance on a payment plan at 1300 Commerce Dr. in Decatur during the same business hours.

Will They Work With Me to Pay My Bill?

Aside from the one statement about past due balances and disconnection, there is no information on local programs or Dekalb Water and Sewer programs aimed at helping consumers resolve past due balances. We would love to hear about any programs customers were offered to make paying off their water bill a little easier.

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4 Comments on “Dekalb Water and Sewer Bill
    • My bill is due 06/25/2012 and I don’t get paid until June 29.2012 could you please weavy the late fee since it only 3 or 4 days

  1. In 20 years, I forgot (once) to make payment on time and my water service was disconnected. I immediately made payment, it is now 3 days and still disconnected. I called several times but there is no way to get a human being to explain my situation. In my view, customers should NOT be punished for days after making payments as requested. Dekalb County Water Department is composed of inefficient ROTTEN and worthless staff. What a bunch of lazy As*es?

  2. I’m inquiring about a bill for $193.00 that i dont know any thing about! THIS IS AN OUTRAGE TRYING TO REACH SOMEONE TO DISCUSS THIS MATTER….I spent almost an hour trying to reach someone. VERRRRRY FRUSTATING. Outdated, atiquated, and “old school” technology…SORRY, SORRY, SORRY!!!!!!!

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