Billing and Payment
Please send payments to our secure mailbox address:
P.O. Box 910926, Denver, CO 80291-0926
• You may also make payments by check or cash at the District Office located at 2517 S. Flower St. Lakewood, CO 80227, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. NOTE: Credit cards are only accepted through the online Payment Portal (PayPort).
• There is a mail slot on the front porch of the District Office for dropping off checks (no cash) after hours and during holidays.
• Payments over the phone are NOT available.
• For sewer billing questions call 303-986-3442.
Secure online payments are available through PayPort which is a service provided by the Colorado Statewide Internet Poral Authority.
To make a payment through PayPort at Colorado.gov please use the following link:
Transaction fees are identified below:
Credit Card Transactions
Payment Amount + ((Payment Amount +$0.75) x 2.25%)
Payment Amount + $1.00
Note: for eCheck Transactions, the $1.00 fee is reimbursed on your next bill.
Water Billing Information
While the District owns and maintains the public water distribution system, water services are provided by Denver Water under a water service agreement which includes the reading of meters and billing based upon water consumption. For water billing information, contact Denver Water at (303) 893-2444. Denver Water also collects $6.00 per month per Single Family Residential Equivalent (SFRE) on behalf of the District which is used for the operations, maintenance, repair and replacement of the water distribution system located within the District boundaries.
Sewer Billing Information
Wastewater flows through the District's public sanitary sewer lines to the Metro Wastewater Reclamation District for treatment. Customers are billed sewage treatment fees quarterly by the District to defray the expenses of sewage treatment charges paid to Metro Wastewater Reclamation District, operations and maintenance of the system and the repair and replacement of aging infrastructure. Sewer billing is determined by a 4-month total water usage between November and February based on Denver Water meter readings. The annual billing cycle starts in April and billing is divided into quarters as a convenience to the customers.