Water & Sewer Billing
- January 1
- April 1
- July 1
- October 1
All bills will have a grace period of ten days where no interest will be assessed. After the ten day grace period, interest will be assessed back to the original due date, and will compound daily. If your bill is delinquent, you should call for the most current amount due as it will change daily.
As per Township Code, any water/sewer bills that are more than 30 days past due are considered delinquent and will be subject to shut off. Accounts will be assessed additional fees for costs associated with water shut off and turn on.Non-Billing Issues
All other water and sewer issues not related to billing may be addressed to the Public Works Department at 856-224-0373.
Notice of Water/Sewer Rate Increase
Effective with Second Quarter, 2017 billing, there is a rate increase reflected herein.
(effective with bills due on July 1st, 2017)
Water Rates: Old Rate Increase New Rate (per 1,000 gallons)
0 to 12,500 gallons 5.95 1.50 7.45
12,501 to 25,000 6.65 1.65 8.30
25,001 to 37,500 7.25 1.80 9.05
37,501 to 50,000 7.85 1.95 9.80
50,001 to 100,000 8.35 1.95 10.30
100,001 and over 11.10 1.95 13.05
For the average single family house that uses 15,000 gallons per quarter, the water bill will increase $22.87 per quarter. Your cost could be less or more than this, depending on how much water you use.
Sewer Fees: Old Qtrly Rate Increase w Qtrly Rate New Annual Rate
SC1, SC2,SR1,SS1 75.00 18.75 93.75 375.00
SO1 – INDUSTRIAL 40.25 10.05 50.30 201.20
SS3 – MOTEL 45.00 11.25 56.25 225.00
0 to 20,000 7.61 1.89 9.50
20,001 to 50,000 8.02 1.98 10.00
50,001 to 200,000 8.72 2.18 10.90
200,001 and over 9.54 2.36 11.90
Residential sewer fees are charged on a flat annual rate. That rate has increased from $300 to $375.00 per year. This is divided into four quarterly billings of 93.75. Which is a quarterly increase of $18.75.
These increases are necessary to meet the rising costs to provide a clean and reliable water supply and treatment of waste water. While Greenwich Township remains among the lowest water and sewer fees in the county, the cost of maintaining and operating these systems continues to increase, particularly with the rising cost of chemicals and increasing number of lab tests that are being mandated by the DEP. In addition, despite the trend of less consumption by homeowners and significantly less consumption in recent years by our industrial users, the cost of treated water overall has increased. Therefore, in order to meet higher expenses and maintain a balanced budget, we needed to increase the fees to support our water and sewer expenses.
We are committed to provide the best water quality and maintain our high level of service. We appreciate your understanding and if you have any questions regarding your Water/Sewer billing, please call 856-423-1038 x202.