Pay My Bills

Make an ePayment

Welcome to ePay!

If you’ve got an established account with Water District #3, you can pay your bills right here with no stamps, envelopes, checks, or trips to the bank.  Just click on the Make an ePayment button (one above and one below).  You can use your credit card (MasterCard, VISA, DISCOVER, and American Express).   You can also pay with PayPal which allows you to set up payments from your checking account using a credit or debit card.  Cash and check payments are not available through this site.
It’s easy to get started.  If you’ve never registered before, registration is fast and convenient.  You will need your account number and pin.  Both are located on your bill.  (The five-digit pin number is located along the top edge of your bill in the center.) You’ll see your Name as it appears on your bill, your billing address, your Account Number as it appears on your bill, and your email address.  You’ll create your own personal User Name and Password and, when completed, a confirmation email will be sent to you indicating that you are now registered.  Once registered, all you’ll need is your User Name and Password to access your account.  You will then receive your water bill via email every month.  You will no longer receive a paper bill unless you phone the office to request one.
This is a Convenience Fee based service.  The convenience fee is collected by a third-party payment processor and that fee is used to pay the credit card processing fees and the cost of operating the payment website.  The Water District does not collect any of the Convenience Fee.  You can calculate the convenience fee once you have clicked the Make an ePayment button and BEFORE you make any payment.

The Water District does not collect or retain any personal financial information with this web site as that process is entirely handled by PayPal through its secure payment processing portal.

Payments may also be made through YOUR bank's online bill pay.  All you will need is your account number as it appears on the bill and the P.O. Box mailing address.  There is usually no bank fee for this option. 

Make an ePayment