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We suggest adding firstname.lastname@example.org to your list of approved senders for your email address. This will increase the likelihood of successful delivery of your bills. Contact your email provider if you are not sure of how to add an approved sender to your contacts.
1) Non-sufficient funds (NSF) 2) The Threshold stopped the payment from processing 3) Incorrect Bank account or Routing number 4) Incorrect Credit Card number or expiration date
***Please Note***If you are signed up for Autopay, you will need to cancel Autopay to break the existing link then set Autopay back up this time linking it to your new payment profile.
Complete a Water / Sewer Service Application and submit it to PDMWD with a site map showing lot area, buildings, irrigated area, designated open space, dedicated roadway easements, and proposed location of water and/or sewer service. Also provide fire flow and building sprinkler requirements from the local fire department.
The District will prepare a quote for the water and/or sewer service including installation fees, District capacity fees, and County Water Authority fees. All fees must be paid prior to scheduling the installation of the water or sewer lateral.
To get a rough estimate of your static water pressure, contact our Engineering Department to determine which pressure zone feeds the property. Please provide the street address, APN, or account number. We will only be able to provide the calculated static pressure to the meter.
****Please note when estimating bills with the bill calculator if sewer charges apply to your bill they will not be included in the estimate****
If any days are available during the period you chose, those will be shown. If you choose a period where NO data was available, the phrase “No meter data available” will appear, in red, in the upper left hand corner of the page.
If you are trying to track your use an alternative method is to take manual reads at the meter. Physically read your meter daily about the same time each day. Write down all the numbers you see and subtract the current days read from the previous days read to determine how much water was used that one day. Continue to track it as long as you need.