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Water & Sewer Payment Options
Cash or Check
By Mail (check only):
Rochester Hills Water & Sewer
PO Box 94593
Cleveland, OH 44101-4593       
In Person (cash or check):
Treasury Department:
City Hall (Upper Level)
1000 Rochester Hills Dr. [Directions]
Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm 
In Person (check only):
City Hall Drop Box:
Visitor parking lot
1000 Rochester Hills Dr. [Directions

Automatic Bill Payment
Fill out the Enrollment Form and:
Mail to: Treasury Department, 1000 Rochester Hills Drive, Rochester Hills, MI 48309; or
Fax to: 248.841.2585
Email to the Treasury Department at: 
*For changes or to cancel, you may email or call 248.841.2580*

Credit/Debit Card/E-Check (checking/savings account)
Pay Online: Official Payments (NOT for Property Tax payments - choose "Property Tax" from menu to the left)
Pay By Phone: 1.877.245.5774 (press 3 for water/sewer bill)
   Please retain your confirmation number until the transaction appears on your statement.
Service Fee: $3.45 per $300.00 increment for Credit Cards and $2.95 for E-Check
                   The city receives no portion of this fee
Cards Accepted: 
  • Credit Cards - Discover, MasterCard, Visa, American Express
  • Debit Cards - MasterCard or Visa from Star, Pulse or NYCE networks

Electronic Payment (checking/savings account)
When setting up your account, you will be asked to provide personal and banking information.
Pay Online:  Electronic Payment System (NOT for Property Tax payments - choose "Property Tax" from menu to the left)
Service Fee: None
Payments will be applied as follows:
  • Payments initiated before 7:00 pm EST will take effect the next business day.            
  • Payments initiated after 7:00 pm EST will take effect in two business days.
    Please Note: Payments initiated on the due date after 7:00 pm EST will incur a penalty.
For direct assistance, please contact the Treasury Department at 248.841.2581 or by email at .

Please Note: Per City fee schedule, $30.00 will be charged for all items returned from the bank due to non-sufficient funds (NSF), closed account, exceeding the allowable number of electronic transactions on a savings account, etc.

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