Pay Water/Sewer Bill

Pay Water/Sewer Bill

Pay for Water & Sewer Utility Bills in the City of Santa Fe Online using this service. 

FAQs

Can a lien be placed on my property due to a delinquent utility bill?

The City of Santa Fe may file a lien on such property for delinquent utility charges including any interest or penalties. The City will assess a fee for the placement of the lien.

When are finance charges assessed on my utility bill?

A finance charge of 1.5% per month shall be imposed on all delinquent accounts.

When is my utility bill considered delinquent in Santa Fe, NM?

All charges are considered delinquent 15 calendar days following the “due” date on the customer’s utility bill from Santa Fe City. If the last day for payment falls on a Sunday, legal holiday, or any other days when the offices of the City regularly used for the payment of bills are not open, the payment date shall be extended through the next business day.

Will my water service be disconnected for unpaid utilities?

Yes! The City of Santa Fe may discontinue service to the property if any charges provided for herein remains unpaid for a period of 30 days from the ‘due’ date on the customer’s utility bill or if a customer fails to comply with the terms of a payment arrangement.

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Sante Fe Utility Bill Sample
Sante Fe Utility Bill Sample

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Pay Water/Sewer Bill

Pay Water/Sewer Bill

Pay for Water & Sewer Utility Bills in the City of Santa Fe Online using this service. 

FAQs

Can a lien be placed on my property due to a delinquent utility bill?

The City of Santa Fe may file a lien on such property for delinquent utility charges including any interest or penalties. The City will assess a fee for the placement of the lien.

When are finance charges assessed on my utility bill?

A finance charge of 1.5% per month shall be imposed on all delinquent accounts.

When is my utility bill considered delinquent in Santa Fe, NM?

All charges are considered delinquent 15 calendar days following the “due” date on the customer’s utility bill from Santa Fe City. If the last day for payment falls on a Sunday, legal holiday, or any other days when the offices of the City regularly used for the payment of bills are not open, the payment date shall be extended through the next business day.

Will my water service be disconnected for unpaid utilities?

Yes! The City of Santa Fe may discontinue service to the property if any charges provided for herein remains unpaid for a period of 30 days from the ‘due’ date on the customer’s utility bill or if a customer fails to comply with the terms of a payment arrangement.

Images

Sante Fe Utility Bill Sample
Sante Fe Utility Bill Sample

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