Stormwater Utility Billing & Payments
You can now pay your Stormwater Utility Bill online. You will need your Stormwater Utility account number(s) to set up an online profile. Once on the portal, you can make a one-time payment (without creating a profile), change mailing addresses, set-up recurring credit card or bank draft payments, and access your account history.
If you are having trouble accessing the site or setting up a profile, please call 706-613-3440 and dial "2" or email email@example.com to speak with a customer service representative.
PAY BY MAIL
Check or money order payments can be mailed to:
Athens-Clarke County Stormwater Utility
P.O. Box 117096
Atlanta, GA 30368-7096
Please include your Stormwater account number on written checks.
PAY IN PERSON
To make cash, check, money order, or credit card (Mastercard/Visa/Discover/American Express) payments in person, please visit:
Athens-Clarke County Water Business Office
124 East Hancock Avenue
Athens, GA 30601
Water Business Office hours of operation are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. There is an overnight drop box available on site. The Water Business Office also accepts Athens-Clarke County water utility and sanitation service payments.
PAY BY PHONE
Please call the Stormwater Billing Office at 706-613-3440 (dial option "2") if you would like to pay your bill with a credit card. A customer service representative will be able to take down your card information over the phone.
PAY BY BANK DRAFT
EFTS or direct withdrawal from a bank account is also offered. If you are interested in direct withdrawal from your account, please download the bankdraft form, and submit the completed document to our office. You can also set-up Autopay through our online payment portal.
Note: If you are making payments using your bank's online bill pay option, please make sure to select the appropriate vendor and mailing address. Please do not choose the Athens-Clarke County Water Business Office as your vendor for stormwater payments - this will result in your payment going to your water account instead of your Stormwater account.