Bill Pay

Online Utility Payment

Click here to pay your bill online.

South Valley Sewer District and Xpress Bill Pay have partnered to provide new and exciting services for you!

The partnership between South Valley Sewer District and Xpress Bill Pay provides many choices to manage your utility account. You can set up automatic payments, access account history, payment history, and much more. You can also choose to receive electronic notification when a bill is available and due.

First Time Customers

For first time customers- you will need to create a login at Xpress Bill Pay to begin paying online. You can start the process here.

Existing Customers

For existing Xpress Bill Pay users- you can go straight to Xpress Bill Pay’s website here.

Services We Provide

  • Sanitary Sewer Collection and Treatment

We Do NOT Provide

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Garbage Collection
  • Storm Drain
  • Natural Gas
  • Telephone

Change of Address

The property owner (legal owner) is responsible to pay for all fees and charges as indicated on the billing statement. It is the property owners’ responsibility to notify the District of any change in ownership within 15 days after moving or selling. If a request for a refund of a credit balance is not made within 60 days after moving or selling, the District will retain the credit balance to compensate the District for administrative costs incurred to investigate the status of the property.

Return Check Fee

A $20.00 fee will be assessed on all return checks, plus any additional fee as authorized by law.

Late Fee

Any delinquent service charge will be charged a 1.5% per month late fee.


Any account more than two months delinquent will be assessed an 8% penalty and may be certified with the County Treasurer for collection with your property taxes. Any amount certified becomes a lien on your property. No advance notice will be provided prior to certification, other than your monthly billing statements stating the past due amount. The County Treasurer will add additional interest and penalties and the charges will continue to accumulate until the account is paid in full.  Delinquent Pre-treatment accounts that cannot be certified will be turned over to a collection agency for handling.