Utility Billing (Water Office)

The Utility Billing Division is the area of the Finance Department which is responsible for the billing of water, sewage disposal and miscellaneous charges determined by the Utility Services Division of the Department of Public Works. This office records all transactions relative to each account, coordinates customer service needs with the Utility Service and assists the City Treasurer in the collection of accounts.

Pay Your Bill Online

You can create an account to review your bill and payment history online.

You may request paperless billing for your water bill by completing and returning the Authorization form.

Most local banks provide a no-cost method of on-line bill payment.  Payments made that way will normally be credited to your utility account on the 2nd business day.  Consult your bank for details

Payments may also be deposited in the drop box located in the north M.O.C. parking lot, or you may pay your bill in person during normal business hours which are 8:00-4:30 (M-F). 

Please review the Water and Sewer Rules for questions regarding specific details.

A copy of the current Rental Deposit Form can be found here.

Current Water and Sewer Rates

                                                                Water Service Line Material Information

As a requirement of the Michigan Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy Drinking Water Department, the City of Port Huron mailed all water customers a standardized letter to notify them the material of their water service line is unknown to the City of Port Huron.  The water service line is the privately owned pipe that connects the City owned water main to the residence/building.  This service line has been the responsibility of the property owner and the City of Port Huron does not have complete records of the material, nor the material of any building’s interior plumbing.  

The State of Michigan has recently mandated the City to not only send the notification, but to begin inventorying the privately owned water service lines within the City of Port Huron over a five year period.  During the inventory process, if a lead service line is found, the property owner will be notified and educated on how to reduce their exposure and a plan made to replace the water service line.  

The drinking water supply and City owned water mains are of sound material and DO NOT contain lead levels above the action level threshold.  The City of Port Huron’s annual drinking water report has been and remains in compliance with the action lead level. This year’s report can be found here. Please visit https://www.michigan.gov/egle/0,9429,7-135-3313_3675_76638---,00.html for more information regarding lead and drinking water.

A copy of the City's service line material notification letter can be found here.  Tips to reduce potential exposure can be found here.

Terry Caryl
City Treasurer
100 McMorran Blvd.
Port Huron, MI 48060
810-984-9763
cphtreasurer@porthuron.org