How do I pay my utility bill?

The Finance Department wants you to know that there are a few standard procedures in paying your utility bills that will make the process more efficient for everyone.

  • It is important to return the invoice stub along with your payment, this will ensure that the correct account is credited properly. If you choose to pay for multiple accounts with a single check. Please indicate all account numbers on the check.
  • Automatic bill payers should reference both account numbers (storm drainage and regular utilities) along with the amounts to be applied to each account so that the payments are applied properly.

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1. Why do I receive a bill if I don’t have a storm drain on or adjacent to my property?
2. I didn’t ask for the service, why do I have to pay for it?
3. Part of my storm drainage bill shows a charge for “impervious area.” What does that mean?
4. I already pay for the drainage district and for Pierce County Surface Water Management on my property tax bill. Why is the City of Fife charging me another fee for the same service?
5. Will this storm drainage billing be indefinite, or is it for a set period of time?
6. My property still floods in the winter. Now that the City of Fife is charging me for storm drainage, does that mean that the City will fix my drainage problems?
7. I have tenants at my property; can I have them pay?
8. How do I pay my utility bill?