Reading Your Water Bill

Residential Customers

  1. Statement Date – This is the date your bill was processed.
  2. Cycle/Route – This identifies which cycle and route your meter is read in.
  3. Account Number – This is your personal identification number that Pascoag Utility District uses to identify your service location.
  4. Payment Date – This is the date that the total amount due on your account must be paid by. Please allow 7 days for processing prior to the due date.
  5. Meter Service Charge – This is based on the size of the meter.
    1. 5/8 inch-$11.18
    2. 3/4 inch-$13.21
    3. 1 inch-$14.85
    4. 1 1/4 inch-$18.26
    5. 1 1/2 inch-$22.13
    6. 2 inch-$28.51
    7. 3 inch-$36.87
    8. 4 inch-$52.76
  6. Fire Hydrant Charge – fire protection charge.
    1. 5/8 inch-$1.75
    2. 3/4 inch-$2.49
    3. 1 inch-$3.08
    4. 1 1/4 inch-$4.31
    5. 1 1/2 inch-$5.71
    6. 2 inch-$8.01
    7. 3 inch-$11.03
    8. 4 inch-$16.77
  7. Water Gallon Usage – consumption.
    1. 1-1,247-.001800/gallon
    2. 1,248-3,740-.002800/gallon
    3. 3,741-24,936-.005100/gallon.
    4. 24,937-9999999999-.009700/gallon.
  8. Water Quality Charge – The Water Quality Charge is paid directly to the State of Rhode Island and is based on the total gallons used at the rate of 0.000292 per gallon.
  9. Harrisville Sur Charge – The amount charged for the total gallons used which is payable directly to the Harrisville Fire District for the purchase of water. This rate changes with each billing.
  10. Sales Tax – Water is taxable in the State of Rhode Island at the rate of 7%. This is paid directly to the State.
  11. Current Services Total – The current amount of your bill.
  12. Usage History– This is a summary of your usage history for the past 12 months.
  13. Payment Stub – This is the portion of the bill that is detached and mailed in with the check. It is important to mail your stub with your check so PUD knows which account to apply the check to. Make sure that you use the return envelope provided w/your bill to forward your payment for prompt credit to your account.

All of these components combined contribute to the total water invoice. The only way to reduce these fixed costs is to conserve water. The District is proud to announce the opening of Well #5. This well will reduce our dependency on the Harrisville water supply by 25%. The District continues to look for alternative water sources, but these will take time to develop. We are counting on our customers to help us reduce our water requirements.

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