Utility Assistance Program


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Flush Fund

Valley View Sewer District’s Utility Assistance Program or the “Flush Fund” is available to help families in crisis with their sewer bill. This fund is administered by The Salvation Army.

To qualify, you must be a tenant or owner occupant receiving a Valley View Sewer District bill that has been residing in the home for the past 12 months. Currently, the income limits are set at 200% of the federal poverty level based on the Federal Poverty Guidelines.

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To get a copy of the Salvation Army’s application for Flush Fund Assistance, please call our office at (206) 242-3236 or email us at billing@valleyviewsewer.org. After we are contacted, we will email you the application and inform you which documents must be submitted with your application. The application has instructions for applying by email. The Salvation Army is not accepting walk-ins or phone calls at this time.

 

LIHWAP (Low Income Household Water Assistance Program)

The Low Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) assists customers who have their water/sewer services disconnected or a past due balance on their account. The Multi-Service Center in the Federal Way office administers and serves residents within the 98168 and 98188 zip code areas for LIHWAP.

To schedule an appointment, please call the phone scheduling line or go online:

 

 

How You Can Help

The Flush Fund was originally funded by corporate sponsors, but has been sustained by individual donations since 2001.

Customers like you have made this program a reality but it is up to all of us to keep it going through continued donations.

There is a new option for “Flush Fund” contributions.  It is now possible to choose a donation amount and have it automatically added to your sewer bill.  To sign up, click here.

Your contribution of any amount marked in the donation box when you send in your sewer bill is tax deductible and will be used to fund this worthy cause.

Thank you to all the individual donations that have been received through out the year. The Flush Fund could not continue without your support.

For more information please contact us.