Shutoff Late Charge Policy Reinstated

Published on
December 21, 2022

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY Bear Valley Community Services District will reinstate the provisions of the Policy on Discontinuation of Residential Water Service that was put on hold during the COVID-19 Emergency Restrictions.

Due Date:

All bills for water, sewer, and refuse service are due and payable on the date specified on the bill.

Late Charges:

Charges become delinquent on the business day following the due date and will be subject to a 10% late charge. Additional penalties of 1% per month will be added if subsequent due dates are missed.

Notification Fees:

After a second missed payment, a written notice will be issued. All past due charges, plus a $30 Notification Fee, must be paid within 30 days avoid disconnection.

Service Disconnection:

If the delinquent balance and fees are not paid in full within 30 days, water service will be discontinued and additional notification and disconnection/reconnection fees will incur. Payment of all charges, penalties, and fees is required before service is restored.

Please make sure your meter box is accessible for the meter reader to read your meter.

Per District Ordinance code 7-1-6(C.) No person shall place or permit the placement of any object in a manner which will interfere with the reading of a meter. Easements and rights of way are to be kept free of encroachment of any kind, and the district shall have full access thereto, and any obstructions shall be removed at the expense of the owner.

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