At Your Service - Customer Center
Welcome to Vancouver's At Your Service Utility Customer Center!
Starting or stopping water or sewer service:
Moving in? Moving out? Moving within Vancouver's water or sewer area and need to transfer service from one location to another? For help, check the list of Frequently Asked Questions or call us at (360) 487-7999.
Increase to support VPD takes effect April 1, 2017
Starting April 1, 2017, your bill will reflect adopted increase in tax on city owned or contracted utilities.to provide additional dedicated funding for Vancouver Police. On Feb. 6, 2017, the Vancouver City Council approved a funding strategy for the Vancouver Police Department (VPD) that will add a total of 61 sworn and civilian positions by 2020. This strategy was developed by a Community Resource Team (CRT) representing businesses, neighborhoods and the Council. The increase in the tax on City-owned or contracted utilities is just one part of the approved funding package.
If you have questions or would like more information about the strategy, recommendation and process leading up to its adoption, please visit www.cityofvancouver.us/crt.
Utility billing and rates:
Click on these links below for regular information about your Utility bill:
- Get general information about billing.
- Find out about current Utility rates and view FAQs.
- Compare a typical single-family residential water, sewer and stormwater utility bill in the City of Vancouver with that of other cities and unincorporated areas in our region.
Get green back when you switch to eBilling & plant a tree!
Eliminate extra paper in the mail. Enroll now in the Utility eBilling (electronic bill statement) Program and receive e-mail notices when your bill is ready for view online. Here's how: Just sign into your account and click on the eBilling option. You must follow all the steps and confirm your email address for eBilling to take effect. If you are a Vancouver Utility customer already using eBilling or a customer who signs up for eBilling now, you may qualify for as much as $100 back on the cost of a newly planted tree when you participate in Treefund. Visit Urban Forestry's Treefund webpage to learn more.
Water conservation and leak detection:
Utility Services office hours:
Vancouver's Utility Services office is open to customers 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday. Online and Automated Voice Response phone system services, such as bill payments and account balances, are available to you around-the-clock except for brief maintenance periods. If you have additional questions about your bill, payment options or your account, please contact us at (360) 487-7999 during office hours or send us an e-mail.
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Please note: The City’s online utilities payment system supports most Internet desktop web browsers and is continually being updated to support new browser versions when these are issued. In the interim, support issues can frequently be resolved by temporarily adjusting compatibility settings in your browser tool options. Customers may also make payments by phone using our Automated Voice Response system at 487-7999, available 24 hours a day, except for brief maintenance periods. To speak directly with a customer service representative during business hours, you may press '0' at any time.
Pay My Utility BillJust click on this link - At Your Service WebUtility site - to pay your City of Vancouver Water/Sewer bill.It's quick and easy. You will need your Utility account number along with your credit or debit (ATM) card or bank account information. There's no additional fee for using this online service.
Minimum Sewer Flow Base RateMore about sewer charges and Vancouver's low-income senior waiver to the minimum base flow rate Vancouver’s sewer services charges for residential customers are based upon that customer's winter water usage, either in the previous November/January or the previous December/February billing periods, with a minimum volume base rate of 3 CCF per month or 6 CCF over two months since residential...
Current Utility RatesWater, sewer and surface water (stormwater and drainage) are vital to our community’s quality of life and economic vitality. The City has an adopted Water, Sewer and Surface Water Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) that looks closely at the Utility’s capital...