General Sewer Billing Information

SEWER USAGE ADJUSTMENT POLICY

Effective June 1, 2012, the Warwick Sewer Authority (WSA) will no longer allow adjustments to sewer usage bills for the filling of swimming pools. Other adjustments to sewer usage bills (e.g., underground water leak, frozen pipes, etc.) will only be considered with proper documentation. These include, but are not limited to, repair bills, insurance claims, and work orders from the Warwick Water Division.

Sewer usage charges are based on One Hundred Percent (100%) of water consumption with a factor of Fifteen Percent (15%) for residential rates to account for water not returned to WSA for treatment.

WSA recommends that anyone who uses a lot of outside water should consider purchasing a deduct meter from the Warwick Water Division.

Please call (401) 738-2000 x6600 to purchase a deduct meter. If you are serviced by Kent County Water Authority, only, please call (401) 468-4710 for information on deduct meters.

 



PRIMARY RESOURCES

Current Sewer Rates - Current rates for residential and commercial users

Your Sewer Bill - A detailed description of the information printed on your sewer bill

Pay Your Bill Online - You will be redirected to the City of Warwick's online payment website, www.citizenselfservice.com

Deduct Meter Policy for KCWA Customers - This Deduct Meter Policy applies to customers serviced by Kent County Water Authority. Deduct Meters are for non-sewered outside water use such as sprinkler systems. Water usage is billed separately. For a current price list, please CLICK HERE.

Assessment Deferment Circuit Breaker Program - Warwick residents that are on the Circuit Breaker Program are entitled to defer their sewer assessment payments until such time as they no longer qualify for the Circuit Breaker Program or sell their property.

Real Estate Closing Form for Water and Sewer Charges - Closing Request form for Water and Sewer

Rate Study - In October 2009, the Warwick Sewer Authority (WSA) directed B & E Consulting, LLC to conduct a comprehensive rate study.  The Draft Rate Study, compiled by David C. Bebyn, CPA, is now available and provided for your review. Changes to Sewer usage charges

History of User Fees (1966 - Present)