Billing and Accounts
Valley View Sewer District bills residential customers on a bimonthly basis and commercial customers on a monthly basis for the treatment of sewage, and the maintenance and operation of the sewer lines.
How can I pay my bill?
1 / Online/ Phone
You can now pay your bill on-line or by phone through Invoice Cloud by calling Phone number 1-855-798-1538 Invoice Cloud also offers pay by text message with text alerts. Utility payments made via E-Check include a $1.00 service charge. Payments up to $400.00 made via Debit/Credit will include a $3.95 service charge. Pay on-line here
2 / Auto Pay
For information regarding paying your account by automatic withdrawal from your checking or savings account, please contact us or print and fill out the and return it to the District’s office with a voided check.
3 / Mail
Please mail payments to:
Valley View Sewer District
PO Box 69550
Seattle, WA 98168
Please allow 4 – 5 business days when mailing payments. Please make checks payable to: Valley View Sewer District.
4 / In-Person
You are always welcome to pay your bill directly at the District office. For your convenience, an after hours drop box is located by the flag pole at 3460 S 148th St. (Valley View will not be responsible for cash payments left in the drop box.)
Can I receive my bill electronically?
Yes, we can send your sewer invoice to your email address. Please complete and submit the Request for Electronic “Paperless” billing form.
When is the bill due?
All payments are due in full by 5:00 PM on the due date shown on your statement. Payments received after the due date are subject to a 10% late fee.
What forms of payment do you accept by mail or in person?
We currently accept cash, check, or money order payments.
- Valley View will not be responsible for cash payments left in the drop box.
- A fee of $20.00 shall be assessed if a check is returned by the bank for any reason.
What if my bill is late?
Payments received after the due date are subject to a 10% late fee. Delinquencies in excess of 2 billing periods will result in a LIEN being filed.
Who is responsible for the bill?
The property owner is legally responsible for all charges on their bill. All delinquent charges shall be recorded as a LIEN against the property. By law, sewer charges remain with the property. If ownership changes, buyer and seller must arrange for payment of previous charges.
Can my tenant or property manager pay the bill?
Yes. Just print and fill out a Duplicate Billing form and send it to the District’s office. This document will allow the District to bill the tenant or property manager directly. However, you the owner will continue to receive a duplicate bill at your mailing address. The owner is ultimately responsible for the bill. Please Contact Us for further information or sign up today.