Welcome to Utility Billing

How much water to use outside during the warm summer months is sometimes difficult to gauge.  Lawns, trees, shrubs, flowers and garden vegetables all require different amounts of water.

Sherwood's water rights for the Willamette River require our monitoring of the wild fish habitat downstream, especially during the spawning season, and exercising conservation measures if targets are not met.

Pay your bills and manage your account quickly and easily 24/7 at the City's Online Bill Pay site.  Go Green with paperless options and Autopay.

The notification system provides residents with recorded telephone messages, text messages and email alerts.  Sign up today!

News stories have recently been reported about imposters posing as utility employees to collect bill payments or gain entrance into people's homes locally in Washington County.

Willamette Water Supply Program has identified and released a map of the new pipeline route.

Customers who have cross connections are responsible for preventing contaminants from entering the public water system through their individual plumbing system by installing and maintaining approved backflow prevention assemblies.