Joco Wastewater Bill Pay

The City of JoCo is proud to offer an easy and convenient way for its residents to pay their wastewater bills through an online payment option. This system is designed to make it simpler for our citizens to stay on top of their financial obligations and to ensure prompt payments. Our goal is to ensure that all of our bills are paid on time and to provide our customers with a reliable and secure payment system.
This online payment option provides a convenient option to pay your City of JoCo Wastewater Bill. The process is simple and secure, allowing customers to quickly and easily pay their bills without having to leave the comfort of their homes or offices. Customers can access the service 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our customers can rest assured that all payments are processed securely and all personal information is encrypted.
The City of JoCo is committed to providing excellent customer service and wants to make sure that all customers have an easy and convenient way to pay their bills. We

To make a payment, you may use this official links below:

Payment Options

Make a payment online, establish recurring drafts, view bills, sign up for ebill, update account information and message customer service.


Pay Your Bill Online. Make a one-time payment or enroll in autopay. It’s the fast, easy and simple way to pay!

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How do I contact Joco wastewater?

Call Johnson County Wastewater’s 24/7 Emergency Line at 913-715-8600 to report any sewer backups that require immediate attention.

What is Johnson County wastewater bill?

The current wastewater charge is $8. 54 per 1,000 gallons. In 2021, a median residential customer will be billed $86. 46 to gather, transport, and treat about 8,000 gallons of wastewater every two months.

How often does Johnson County wastewater bill?

Residential properties in Johnson County receive their wastewater bills every other month, while businesses and industries receive them every month. Keep an eye out for billing statements in envelopes with the Johnson County Wastewater logo and address clearly printed on them.

Why is my Johnson County wastewater bill so high?

A change in your AWWU will result in a significant increase in your wastewater bill. JCW uses the initial readings from the previous year’s water meters. Was there an event that increased your usage?.

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