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When terminating sewer service, you will need the following information:
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We are located at:
Sunbury Utilities Billing Department9 E Granville StreetSunbury OH 43074
The mailing address for the department is:
Sunbury Utilities Billing DepartmentP.O. Box 508Sunbury, OH 43074
Our hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, with the exception on holidays.
Customers are billed for sewer every month. Sewer bills are prepared and ready on the second Tuesday of each month.
Any sewer bill not paid by the due date shall incur a penalty of 5% of such charge, which will be added to the next month’s bill.
Payment for your sewer bill is due on or before the 4th Tuesday of each month. The actual due date is printed on the sewer bill.
Sewer usage charges are based on your water consumption and are calculated as follows:
Dollars Per 1,000 Gallons $8.74
Effective January 1, 2019 and January 1st of each subsequent calendar year for a period of 5 years ending on January 1, 2024, the sewer user charges will be increased by 3.5% per 1,000 gallons of flow being discharged into the sanitary sewer system. The resulting charges, commencing January 1, 2019, and for subsequent years, are as follows:
Effective Date Effective Rate
January 1, 2019 $ 8.74
January 1, 2020 9.05
January 1, 2021 9.37
January 1, 2022 9.70
January 1, 2023 10.04
January 1, 2024 10.39
When setting up your sewer service, you will need the following information:
If you have not done so, you will also need to call Del-Co Water at 740-548-7746 to setup your water account. Del-Co water reads the meters in Sunbury, forwards us the reads, and we produce sewer bills based upon water usage. You must have a Delco water account in order to have a Sunbury sewer account.
If you have a higher sewer bill than normal, it could be you that you used more water consumption for the billing cycle. If you did not use any more water than normal, then you may have a leak somewhere.
Leaks can cause dripping of hundreds of gallons of water down your drain. Not only does a leak waste water, it causes you a higher water bill each month, which in turns reflects a higher sewer bill as well. If you have a leak, get it repaired as soon as possible.
Check for leaks. The most common culprit is the toilet.
Note: The above items listed are just some common plumbing items we suggest to check for water leaks. Sunbury is not responsible for your plumbing beyond the valve at the street, nor are we at any way obligated to investigate leaks in your plumbing or to offer any advice on how to fix them. Sunbury is not responsible for any damages or expenses due to your plumbing leaks.