You can pay your storm drainage bills online using DenverGov's StormPay. You will need your Account Number and Impervious Area which are listed on your invoice. Major credit and debit cards are accepted, and there are no additional fees for using online payments.
Find the account number and impervious area on the top right of your printed invoice (highlighted on the sample invoice shown here).
You will need this information to access your account. Enter the account number only (do not enter the two-digit account code).
Do not enter dashes or commas.
You can choose to pay your bill in one, two, or three installments. The due date for each payment is listed on your invoice and highlighted on the sample.
The major credit and debit cards accepted are VISA, MasterCard, and Discover.
The Wastewater Management Division of the City and County of Denver Public Works Department does not store or retain credit card information and email addresses after payments are processed. To ensure a secure online payment, we provide 128-bit-SSL encryption.
No. Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock eliminated convenience fees in 2014 for paying city taxes, fees, bills and fines with a credit or debit card. Paying online is faster, more convenient, saves postage and helps the environment through reduced paper and waste costs. And now it’s cheaper too.
No. Automatic bill payment is not available
There are two ways to get a payment receipt: (1) Enter an email address on the Payment Information screen to receive a receipt via email. (2) Click on Print Receipt after the transaction is completed successfully.
Email confirmations are only generated if you enter an email address on the Payment Information screen. The receipt will go to the email address that you provide in that field. If you entered a correct email address and did not receive a receipt, contact Wastewater Management Division Customer Service at 303-446-3500 or firstname.lastname@example.org
No, there is no minimum amount.
Yes, partial and advance payments are accepted.
You should pay any past due amounts as soon as you can. Wastewater Management Division does not charge a late fee. If you fail to pay sanitary sewer or storm drainage charges a service lien can be filed against your property. When a service lien is filed the balance owed is increased by a filing fee and monthly delinquency interest is charged. Service lien delinquencies unpaid as of November of each year are sold at a tax lien sale. The City Treasurer will then file a tax lien against the property. If the tax lien and interest is not settled within three years from the date the tax lien is filed, title to the property may be lost to a Treasurer's Deed.