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If you'd like to mail your water and sewer bill to Montgomery County Environmental Services, please sent it to:

Montgomery County Environmental Services 

Water Services 

P.O. Box 645728 

Cincinnati, OH  45264-5728 

In 2018, our average residential customer paid $192.95 per quarter for 13,465 gallons (18 CCF) of water. The 2019 rate increase would add about $11.00 to an average residential customer's bill. For more information, check out the Rate Increase Frequently Asked Questions.

In 2018, we changed our rate structure to include a new Capital Charge Fee. This fee will help fund necessary infrastructure investments in our water and sewer systems, and ensure that we can provide safe and reliable services for years to come.
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You can calculate the impact of the 2023 rate on your water/sewer bill by using our Online Rate Calculator.

Make sure you have a copy of your recent bill to look up your quarterly water consumption. If you have a residential home, please select the 5/8" meter option. For help using the rate calculator, download our step-by-step guide for How To Use the Rate Calculator (PDF).

For more information, you can download a copy of our 2018 Water & Sewer Rates Fact Sheet (PDF). To learn more about our five-year rate plan and planned infrastructure investments, download our presentation "Investing in Your Water and Sewer System" (PDF).  

You can also download our 2023 Summary of Rates & Charges (PDF).  

For a list of other fees and charges, download our Ancillary Fee Schedule (PDF).

Rate Increase Frequently Asked Questions.

How much will my water and sewer rates increase in 2018?

I own a business. My rate increase is larger. Why?

How do Montgomery County rates compare to other local water utilities?

What options do customers have to reduce the impact of rate increases?

Why do we need a rate increase? Why is it important?

How old is the water/sewer system?

What will the rate increase fund? How will the money be used?

What have you done to reduce costs and use your financial resources wisely?

Is there any assistance available to low- and fixed-income residents?