Make your water bill payments quickly and reliably at your local Money Services.
Why pay your water bills with us?
There are lots of great reasons to stop by your nearest Money Services when you need to pay your next water bill.
We can save you time
- Take care of all your money management needs in one convenient location
- You can pay bills while you’re out shopping
We can save you money
- You won’t have to pay postage fees
- Save on fees every day with your Shopper’s Card
How to pay your water bill
Time to pay your water bill? Our friendly team is ready to help, just drop by Money Services and we’ll help you make your payment.
What you’ll need
If you’re using Money Services to pay your water bill, you’ll need to bring a copy of your bill stub and cash to pay your bill and the fee amount. We’ll do the rest.
Who can you pay?
At Money Services you can choose from a range of different billers that provide your water services, including:
- Denver Water
- City of Columbus
- Houston Water
- City of Wichita Water
- Other local water providers
Don't see the biller you need?
Visit our Biller A-Z page to find yours, or drop by your nearest Money Services and ask one of our friendly store associates.
Reducing your water bill
If your water bill is looking a bit high, here are some top tips to help reduce the next one:
Take showers instead of baths as it uses less water.
Take shorter showers.
Fix leaky faucets. These can waste gallons of water a year.
Check for toilet leaks. Get a dye tablet, put it in your toilet tank and see if any leaks into the bowl.
Wait until you’ve got a full load to run your washing machine.
Wash your car less often.
Similarly, keep drinking water in your refrigerator so you don’t have to run your faucet until the water is cool.
Measure water carefully when cooking in pans.
Insulate water pipes.
Payments powered by
- Western Union®
- Fidelity Express
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.