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Our new online payment portal is here!!! After several months the District is pleased to announce our new Bill pay Link. With this new portal customers will have the capability to review there account history, link multiple accounts, and send and receive communication to District office. You can elect to go completely paperless with just selecting this option on account set up and giving the office a call to remove you from paper billing. We are excited about the site and the convenience it offers. Please remember we are learning too and we will do our best to answer any questions you may have. Please note you will need your most recent statement to set account up.

Also, Beginning July 1, 2018 the Fee for Credit Card payments will be lowered to $2.00 per transaction!!

Ohio County Water District has rolled out a new website to enable customers to pay their bills using their tablet, smartphone, laptop or computer to make a secure payment with their debit or credit card.

“We’re excited to roll out this new service”, says Walt Beasley, General Manager, “which eliminates the need for customers to mail or travel to our office to make their payments. With a few clicks of the mouse, customers can make paying their bills easier, save time and money, and reduce their impact on the environment.” You will be able to view your statements on-line as well as opting to have them electronically delivered to your email address. This new site also will allow you to save your Credit/Debit card information for faster, easier payment. Log onto for quick registration process.

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Customers with computer access are encouraged to take advantage of this new service. Questions can be directed to the Business Office at (800) 953-2880.

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