Utility Bill Payment Information
Automatic Bank Account Withdrawal
The Henrico Department of Public Utilities bills customers for water and sewer services bi-monthly. You may continue to pay your utility bill as you normally do, or you may choose to use our new DIRECT UTILITY PAYMENT PROGRAM. This service will automatically deduct utility payments from your bank account, just like a mortgage or car payment, thus saving you the need to send utility payments by mail or making them in person.
It’s Easy, Fast & Free
Click on the link below for a copy of the authorization form. The form must be printed, completed, signed and returned to the indicated address along with a voided check. Once enrolled, utility bills will be mailed showing the new account balance and indicating when the automatic deduction will be made. There is no additional charge for this service.
Direct Payment Authorization Form (.pdf)
Other Ways to Make Payments
- Payments may be made by mailing a check or money order with the top portion of the utility bill in the return envelope provided with the bill. You must attach proper postage to the return envelope. Payments may also be made in person at the Henrico Administration Annex, 4301 E. Parham Road or at the Henrico Eastern Government Center, 3820 Nine Mile Road.
- You may also pay your Henrico County bills over the Internet or by telephone using your Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover Card. This service applies to utility bills, personal property taxes, real estate taxes and parking tickets.
Visit the County’s official payments Website. To pay by telephone, call 1-800-272-9829. When prompted, enter jurisdiction code 1029. There is a nominal fee for using the online and telephone numbers.
|Department of Public Utilities Access and Correction Procedures
We strive to have accurate customer information in our records. If you would like to review the information on your account, please contact a customer service representative at 804-501-4275 to review the information over the phone or to arrange to come into our office on Parham Road. If you feel any of the information on file is inaccurate, incomplete or irrelevant, submit a written request to have it changed and include any legal documentation supporting the change, (i.e. marriage license, death certificate, etc.).
|Department of Public Utilities Customer Privacy Notice
We follow strict standards to safeguard your personal information. These standards include limiting access to data and regularly testing our security technology. In the course of doing business, we may share data with others. Personal information may be shared with others for the following reason: In response to an unpaid bill, it may be shared with the State Debt Setoff Program, the Henrico County Finance Department or with our Collection Attorney. We require anyone with whom we share your personal information to protect it. We also require that they use it solely for the purpose for which it is shared. Otherwise, we do not share any personal information about our customers or former customers unless authorized by the customer or as permitted by law. You have the right to learn the nature and substance of any personal information about you in our files by making a request in person or upon written request. You also have the right to be accompanied by a person of your choosing. Should you feel any information we have in our files is inaccurate, incomplete or irrelevant, you may request correction, amendment or deletion of that information. A description of access and correction procedures will be sent to you upon your request.