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In addition to the on-line payment options, we accept checks, cash and money orders.
Phone paymentsOffice hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please dial 303-841-4627, after office hours please dial 1-888-844-8586.
A correct Parker Water Account number is needed.
Note: Credit Card payments are available through the On-Line-Payment link and by phone. A small convenience fee will be assessed based on the transaction amount. This fee is not collected by PWSD, it is collected by our secure payment processing vendor to cover the costs of the transaction.
When to make your water bill paymentsPayments are due upon receipt, but no later than the last day of the month.
Drop box paymentsWe have a 24-hour drop box for payment convenience. For your security, please do not leave cash payments in the drop box.If your account is at risk of disconnect and you visit during business hours, please bring your payment in to the office rather than leaving it in the drop box to ensure prompt processing.Address here for drop box
Delinquent Shut-OffsWhen using the On-Line Payment service for payment on delinquent accounts, customers must:1) Account for an $80 suspension fee which MAY NOT be reflected in the balance due.2) Call the Billing Department at 303-841-4627, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the credit card payment confirmation number in order for service to be re-instated. (credit card fees apply)
Please note: If your water has been suspended and you pay on-line AFTER 4:30 p.m., it will not be turned on until after 8 a.m. the following morning.
Basically, wastewater is used water, however, it includes substances such as human waste, food scraps, oils, soaps and chemicals. In homes, this means water from sinks, showers, bathtubs, toilets, washing machines and dishwashers. Businesses and industries also contribute their share of used water that must be cleaned.
Fisheries - Clean water is critical to plants and animals that live in water. This is important to the fishing industry, sport fishing enthusiasts, and future generations.
Wildlife Habitats - Our rivers and ocean waters teem with life that depends on shoreline, beaches and marshes. They are critical habitats for hundreds of species of fish and other aquatic life. Migratory water birds use the areas for resting and feeding.
Recreation and Quality of Life - Water is a great playground for us all. The scenic and recreational values of our waters are reasons many people choose to live where they do. Visitors are drawn to water activities such as swimming, fishing, boating and picnicking.
Health Concerns - If it is not properly cleaned, water can carry disease. Since we live, work and play so close to water, harmful bacteria have to be removed to make water safe.
The major aim of wastewater treatment is to remove as much of the suspended solids as possible before the remaining water, called effluent, is discharged back to the environment. As solid material decays, it uses up oxygen, which is needed by the plants and animals living in the water. "Primary treatment" removes about 60 percent of suspended solids from wastewater. This treatment also involves aerating (stirring up) the wastewater, to put oxygen back in. Secondary treatment removes more than 90 percent of suspended solids.
Discolored (Red) water is caused by naturally occurring minerals in well water. The discolored water poses no health risk to people or animals. Households may experience discolored water during times of hydrant flushing and District water line maintenance.
If you experience "red water", avoid washing laundry because the minerals in the discolored water may stain clothing. If staining does occur, please avoid drying the clothing. Call 303-841-4627 between the hours of 7:30 am and 4:00 pm and Parker Water and Sanitation District will provide you with Iron Out, an iron stain removal powder.
After the flushing or maintenance is completed in your area, run cold water to clear any discolored water in your service lines. Put this water to good use by watering plants or grass through a garden hose. To learn more about your water and water quality, "click here" .
Next, turn off all fixtures in and around your home, and don’t use any water for an hour. Then go back and check the reading on the meter, if it has changed, you have a leak or leaks!