Water bills are sent out by the 15th of the month and due by the 5th of the following month. If you don’t receive your bill or in the event it is lost in the mail, please call City Hall to find out how much you owe.
We have a drop box for your water/sewer bills in case you want to drop your payment off outside of normal business hours. Please put only checks or money orders in the drop box. NO CASH.
To pay online, follow this link and click on Utility Billing Payments in the menu on the left side of the page.
Please keep in mind it takes City Hall 48 to 72 hours to receive online payments.
To view the most recent Annual Drinking Water Quality Report, follow this link: 2018 Drinking Water Quality Report
RESPONSIBILITY FOR WATER AND SEWER LINES
Home owners are responsible for the installation and maintenance cost of the water and sewer line on their property. Plugged sewer lines and leaking water lines are their responsibility.
City of Stanton
The City is responsible to provide its citizens with 41,339,600 gallons of potable water (2015 usage), maintain 60,720 feet of water main, 220 main line valves , over 1,000 service line related valves, 97 hydrants, 471 water meters, the water wells and a water tower.
The City is also responsible to treat 35,697,896 gal of raw sewage (2015 usage), and return it to the environment, maintain 55,000 feet of sewer main, 145 man holes, 8 sewer pumps, four lagoons and 2 infiltration beds that cover 1.8 acers each.
Hydrant flushing will be conducted periodically in the spring, summer, and fall on the dates listed in the City Newsletter & Service Schedule on the Publications page. Residents should check their water for redness prior to washing clothes. The redness is not harmful. It may however stain your clothes. If redness occurs please flush your lines for a few minutes, and it should clear up.
It is rare, but occasionally sewer and water problems do happen. If you notice water coming out of the ground that shouldn’t be or if you have a slow or noisy sewer, don’t hesitate to call the Department of Public Works. An “On Call” worker is on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The DPW will be able to take care of the problem if it is the City’s responsibility or can give you direction on how to take care of the problem if it is your responsibility. Problems caught early on are much easier to deal with before any real damage is done. Please call 989-289-6919 to report emergency sewer or water issues.
A full list of water & sewer fees for the City of Stanton can be found on the Forms & Fees page.