Please include your 4 digit water/sewer account number with your payment.
Please make payments for the EXACT amount and DO NOT round up. Incorrect payments will be returned. If you are unsure of how much you owe, please contact the Village Office.
MuniciPAY service fee is non-refundable for a returned payment. Please make sure you pay the correct amount, including late and/or turn on fees in applicable.
Cash and checks will still be acceptable forms of payment in our office, mailed or left in the lock box at no additional fee.
This link is for water/sewer payments ONLY. Tax payments must still be mailed or paid in our Village Office.
PAYING YOUR BILL You can pay your water/sewer bill via MuniciPAY using:
Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express (service fee will apply, see below)
Electronic Check Payments (service fee will apply, see below)
Credit Card Payments Made Online Now you can pay your water/sewer bill from the comfort of your home or office by using our online payment service. Credit cards accepted: MasterCard, Discover, American Express or Visa. A per transaction service fee of 2.65% or $3.00 minimum will be charged by the payment processing company for this service.To make an online water/sewer payment using a credit card, click the "PAY MY WATER/SEWER BILL ONLINE" button below.
Electronic Check Payments The Village of Brownville now accepts electronic check payments using our online payment service. Payments will be charged to your checking or savings account at your bank. You will need your 9-digit routing number, as well as your account number from your personal checks (see example below). A per transaction service fee of $1.50 will be charged by the payment processing company for this service. IMPORTANT:To make an online water/sewer payment using and eCheck, click the "PAY MY WATER/SEWER BILL ONLINE" button below. When Payment Options appears, click on the “Switch to Pay with Check” link and then continue entering your information.
Credit Card Payments Made in Office or via Telephone The Village of Brownvilleoffers the convenience of accepting MasterCard, Discover, American Express and Visa credit cards for your water/sewer bill. The payment processing company charges a service fee of 2.65% or $3.00 minimum to cardholders who use this service. Just stop by our office or give us a call at 315-782-7650to use your MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express or Visa.
Village Water Rates as of June 1, 2020 Billed Quarterly - March, June, Sept. & Dec. -First 5,000 gal. $30.00 -Every 1,000 gal. after is $3.25 -Danc Line $34.00 -Refuse $34.00 Penalties -10% if not paid within 30 days -After 60 days of non-payment water will be shut off. -There is a $50.00 fee to have water turned back on.
Water Meters Please do NOT remove or tamper with water meters. If water meters are damaged by the carelessness of the homeowner or tenant (including a frozen meter) the homeowner will be held responsible to purchase a new one. For questions or assistance with meters for construction purposes or leak issues, please contact the Village DPW at 315-782-7916.
Sanitary Sewers Homeowners can NOT drain their sump pumps into the sanitary sewer. Fines may be issued
Water Leaks & Water Leak Detection The smallest of water leaks can affect your water usage and increase your quarterly water/sewer bill. Here are a couple of things to look for in determining if you have a leak in or around your home: 1) Any standing water around your home that is unusual 2) If you can hear water running in your basement 3) If your faucet is dripping or toilet is running (put dye in your toilet tank to see if it is running) If a leak occurs between the shut off valve in the homeowners front yard and the home it is the homeowners responsibility to have it repaired. From the shut off valve to the main valve is the Village's responsibility . Call the DPW as soon as possible if you think you have a leak. 315-778-9631.
Flushable Wipes It has come to our attention that many people are using flushable wipes. These wipes, although stated to be flushable, are NOT safe to be flushed into the sewer system. They do not break down appropriately and could cause damage to our pumps. The DPW department is asking all residents to please refrain from flushing any flushable wipes down your toilets.
Click below to view the Annual Water Quality Report