The community receives excellent water and sewer service every day from the Evansville Water and Sewer Utility. In order to build a solid foundation for a promising future for all of us, we also discover new and improved ways to manage the land, water, and systems we currently use.
At the West Wastewater Treatment Plant, EWSU is utilizing the most recent developments in wastewater treatment technology. New environmental standards will be met and combined sewer overflow discharges to the Ohio River will be reduced as a result of recent improvements.
In addition to reducing combined sewer overflows (CSOs) into the Ohio River, a new green infrastructure project in Downtown Evansville will also add much-needed green space.
The Evansville community’s utility costs are being reduced thanks to the Bill Relief Program. Through the EWSU Bill Relief Program, more than 28,000 EWSU customers may be eligible for a $120 annual credit on their utility bill.
More than 63,000 customers in Vanderburgh County and portions of Gibson, Posey, and Warrick counties are served by the Evansville Water and Sewer Utility (EWSU), which offers high-quality, dependable water and sewer services. The Utility also oversees the City’s contracts for trash collection, recycling, and street sweeping. While safeguarding the land and water resources for future generations, EWSU complies with or exceeds all State and Federal Safe Drinking Water Act standards.
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
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The Evansville Water and Sewer Utility (EWSU) provides high-quality, safe and dependable water and sewer services to more than 63,000 customers in Vanderburgh
Evansville Water and Sewer Utility
The easiest way to pay your bill on time and avoid late fees is to schedule automatic payments. Get started by setting up your MyWater account at MyWater.EWSU.
Take these easy steps to update your account before March 1
To improve your experience, Evansville Water and Sewer Utility is upgrading our payment system. On Monday, February 7, any payment options currently saved on your account, such as bank accounts or credit cards, will be automatically deleted. To prevent payment disruption, we kindly request that customers who have Auto Pay enabled or who have previously saved their payment information online for one-time or recurring payments update their payment information and account preferences before March 1. The one-time update is quick and easy.
Follow these steps to update payment information:
- Use your computer or a mobile device to access your account on the Mywater app or website.
- Re-enter your credit card number or bank account information by clicking the My Account icon after you’ve logged in, then click Payment Information.
- Save your updated information.
Continue with these steps to enroll in Auto Pay:
- Select the Auto Pay tab by selecting the Billing module.
- Select your preferred payment method.
- Review the terms & conditions, agree and click “Enroll”.
Prior to February 7, any payments that were saved on your account will be automatically deleted, and you won’t have any payment information available to pay your bill. Your subsequent bill won’t be paid automatically if you don’t re-enroll in Auto Pay before March 1.
Please visit ewsu if your next bill payment is not processed or if you have any questions about the system upgrade and the next steps. com/Contact or call 812-436-7846. We are glad to assist you with this update and to work with you on problems involving payment processing. We value your cooperation and understanding as we work to provide you with better services.
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