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Other ways to pay
If you are not interested in online bill pay, please find other convenient ways to pay your water bill.
Please remember to write your account number on the check and include your bill payment stub to ensure your payment is applied to the correct account.
Connecticut Water Co.
P.O. Box 981015
Boston, MA 02298
Pay by cash, in person at many convenient retail locations (including Stop & Shop, Price Chopper, Shop Rite, Big Y, Kmart, Walmart and Rite Aid). See below to locate nearest retail location. Please note that there is a service fee collected by the retailer for this service so be sure to ask the amount of the fee before paying your bill.
Store finder for Big Y, Price Chopper, Shop Rite, Stop & Shop, Rite Aid and other retailers participating in Western Union's 'Bill Pay' program. Make sure you check the 'Bill Pay' box before searching for the nearest location. Only cash is accepted at these locations and customers will need their Connecticut Water statement the first time customers pay at one of these locations.
Store finder for Kmart and Walmart and other retailers participating in CheckFreePay. Customers will need cash or a PIN based debit card and your Connecticut Water bill statement. Credit cards are not accepted. Customers can use their credit card to make a payment by calling our customer service center during normal business hours at 1.800.286.5700. for Big Y, Price Chopper, Shop Rite, Stop & Shop, Rite Aid and other retailers participating in Western Union's 'Bill Pay' program. Make sure you check the 'Bill Pay' box before searching for the nearest location. Only cash is accepted at these locations and customers will need their Connecticut Water statement the first time customers pay at one of these locations.
*Kmart and Walmart accept PIN Based Debit cards. No retail locations accept credit cards
Connecticut Water offers a variety of assistance programs for our customers including our Water Rate Assistance Program (WRAP), our Help 2 Our Customers (H2O) Program and through our partnership with Operation Fuel. Connecticut Water is also a participant in the State of Connecticut Low Income Water Assistance Program.
Connecticut Water now offers a Water Rate Assistance Program (WRAP) for income-eligible customers. It is the ﬁrst program of its kind offered by a water utility in Connecticut. Through WRAP, income-eligible customers can get a 15% reduction on their water bill, excluding Linebacker service.
Provides financial assistance and/or payment plans to support customers who may be experiencing challenges and help maintain uninterrupted water service during these times
We have developed an additional program for customers who have consistently met their obligation but are experiencing a one-time financial hardship or a life changing event that put their account in arrears.
Learn about other financial support programs offered from Operation Fuel Partner to Connecticut Low Income Water Assistance Program to Flexible Payment Plan options.
View the current rates in your community by system below. Or call Customer Service at 1.800.286.5700.Details on application to amend customer rates
Avon Water Company CustomersView rates
Connecticut Water Division
Includes the towns of: Avon, Beacon Falls, Bethany, Bolton, Burlington, Canton Chester, Clinton, Coventry, Deep River, East Granby, East Windsor, Ellington, Enfield, Essex, Griswold, Guilford, Killingworth (Beechwood Sun Communities), Madison, Mansfield (Rolling Hills), Middlebury, Naugatuck, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook, Plymouth, Prospect, Somers, South Windsor, Stafford, Stonington (Masons Island), Suffield, Thomaston, Tolland, Vernon, Voluntown, Waterbury, Westbrook and Windsor Locks.
Includes the towns of: Brooklyn, Griswold, Killingly, Plainfield and Thompson.
Ellington Acres DivisionView rates
Heritage Village Water Company CustomersView rates
Includes the towns of: Ashford, Colchester, Columbia, Coventry, East Haddam, East Hampton, Hebron, Killingworth, Lebanon, Manchester, Mansfield, Marlborough, Portland, Willington and Woodstock.
Middlebury Water DivisionView rates
South Coventry DivisionView rates
Customers of The University of Connecticut Water System served by Connecticut Water.
UCONN Water & Sewer Fee & Rate ScheduleView rates
Includes the towns of: Avon and Farmington.
Includes charge for Service Turn On/Off, frozen meters, unauthorized hydrant use, bulk water sales, curb box repairs, cross connection notices and collection fees.
Rates for water service for Connecticut Water customers are approved by the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA).
In addition to your Basic Service charge and Water Usage for your account, your bill may include surcharge or credit line items. These charges have been authorized under state law to allow for recovery of certain approved costs between rate cases. The charges must be approved by PURA before being added to the bill. They are applied as a percentage of the amount billed for the Basic Service charge, Water Usage, and miscellaneous service charges approved by PURA.
Everything you need to know about estimated billing.
Your bill will only be estimated if we are unable to obtain an actual meter reading due to an issue with your reading device. Please contact our office to set up an appointment to schedule to have a device installed or repaired (we will have to access your property).
For most of our customers with a consumption history, Connecticut Water will look at your prior year’s usage during the same time period to determine an estimated usage for your home.
There will be a message printed on your bill stating:
Type of Reading: Estimate
We appreciate your responsiveness to paying your water bill for the service that has been provided.
If you are having difficulty paying your bill, please contact our office by phone at 1-800-286-5700 or via email at email@example.com. We’re here to help you through this difficult time.
Yes, this bill will look exactly the same as a current one. However, it will have a message indicating that it is “estimated.”
We look at recent usage and trends for typical homes.
Yes. Connecticut’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority regulations allow utilities to issue an estimated bill if they are unable to obtain an actual reading during the billing period.