Pay your Detroit Water & Sewerage Bill by cash or debit card at your local Money Services.
There’s an easy way to pay your bill if you’re a customer of Detroit Water & Sewerage. Stop by at Money Services – we make the process quick and simple.
One of our helpful associates can assist you with making a payment to DWSD and your bill will be paid the same day.
Start a bill payment from home or while you're on the go
Then complete your transaction in store
Just follow our quick and easy step by step process
Pay in store with cash or a debit card
Money Services Express video tutorial
- Step 1 Gather the bills you need to pay
- Step 2 Select your most convenient Money Services location
- Step 3 Fill in your details
- Step 4 Bring your filled out bill stub, cash or debit card, ID, and your MSX barcode to your selected location
Paying your City of Houston bill with Money Services
Paying your Detroit Water & Sewerage bill with Money Services is easy.
It saves time
- We’re open evenings and weekends – stop by when it suits you
- We’re at the Kroger Family of Stores, so pay bills and shop for groceries in the same visit
It saves you money
- No postage fees
- Digital coupons mean you save more
Pay your Detroit Water & Sewerage bill with Cash Or Debit Card
You can make a payment using a debit card at any of our Money Services across Michigan. You just need the amount you want to pay and account details.
Detroit Water & Sewerage Bill Contact
If you have further questions about your bill, which our friendly staff can’t help with. Call DWSD at (313) 267-8000 or visit https://detroitmi.gov/departments/water-and-sewerage-department.
About Detroit Water & Sewerage
Detroit Water & Sewerage (DWSD) supplies services to 200,000 homes and businesses within the City of Detroit – reaching an estimated 40% of the state of Michigan through its network of pipelines, distributing clean drinking water and collecting waste through its expansive sewerage systems.
Frequently Asked Questions About Detroit Water & Sewerage
Where does Detroit get its water?
The City of Detroit is supplied by water from the Detroit River and Lake Huron. It’s treated at two plants in Michigan before being distributed to DWSD customers around Detroit and the wider state.
Find out more about paying your DWSD bill with this guide.
How do I pay my Detroit Water & Sewerage bill?
Stop by at your nearest Money Services to take care of your Detroit Water & Sewerage bill in person or visit the Money Services Express website. We accept payment by cash or debit card.
What happens if I can’t pay my bill?
If you are having problems paying your DWSD bill, contact the Water & Sewerage Department.
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