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Pay your Denver Water Company bill

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If you’re a Denver Water Company customer, you can pay your bills while you shop for your essentials at your nearest Money Services. You’ll find payment locations in the King Soopers across the city and county of Denver, Colorado – so there’s sure to be one near you.

Pay your Denver Water bill

You can pay your bills using cash or debit card. Bring your statement to your nearest Money Services so you have your account number with you.

Use our handy store locator to find your local Money Services. Take advantage of the long hours, letting you pay your water bills in the evenings or at weekends.

Our team of associates are in store to help. By coming to Money Services you’ll also get the chance of a fee discount and a range of promotions and discounts when you use your Shopper’s Card*.

Why Choose

Use Money Services for an easy and convenient way to pay your bill.

It saves time

  • Make use of evening and weekend hours
  • Pick up your groceries while you’re in store paying your bills

It saves you money

  • There are offers and coupons available for your Shopper’s Card*
  • You won’t need to add postage to the cost of your bill

Find a

Search by state, city or ZIP code to find your local Money Services.

Denver Water Company Contact

Our team of in-store associates can help with any questions you have about your Denver Water payment. Here’s how you can contact Denver Water Company directly if you need to:

Denver Water support:
denverwater.org/contact
or call 303-893-2444.

About


Denver Water serves 1.4 million people across the “Mile-High City” and its surrounding suburbs. Operating for more than 100 years, it’s the oldest and biggest water company in Colorado and is funded through water rates and new tap fees, rather than taxes.

PAYMENTS

  • Western Union®

*Not available in all locations. See a store for details.
This retailer is an authorized delegate of CheckFreePay Corporation, Fidelity Express, Firstech and Western Union® pursuant to Chapter 151 of the Texas Finance Code, Subchapter E, Conduct of Money Transmission Business.

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