Water & Sewer Service
To sign up for water and sewer services, fill out the Application for Service (PDF) form. Renters must bring the form to City Hall along with a $65 deposit. Homeowners may fax the form to 828-394-1072, or mail it to:
- Water and Sewer Services
P.O. Box 958
Lenoir, NC 28645
Renters must pay a $65 deposit for service. Homeowners are not required to make a deposit.
The City will hold the deposit until the renter moves out and requests that service be removed from the renter's name. The City will then apply the deposit toward the customer's account. Any balance will be refunded to the customer. If the deposit does not cover the bill, the City will proceed to collect the balance via debt collection.
The city offers several payment options for customers. For questions about billing, call 828-757-2207 or 828-757-2209.
To sign up for Bank Drafts, complete the bank draft authorization form (PDF), attach a voided check or voided savings withdrawal slip, and return to the front desk staff at City Hall: 801 West Avenue NW, Lenoir, NC 28645 or Fax it to 828-394-1072.
The city has two drop boxes for customer convenience.
- One drop box is located at the West Avenue side of Lenoir City Hall.
- The second drop box is located at the rear of the drive-through window at Hudson Town Hall.
Pay in Person
To pay in person, visit City Hall, 801 West Avenue NW, Monday through Friday
between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. View City Hall on Google Maps
Customers can pay online at no extra fee. Visit the Pay Online page.
Rates & Fees
Visit the Rates & Fees page for information about water and sewer rates.
The City is divided into four cycles and bills each account once a month. Accounts remaining unpaid for 25 days after the bill date are subject to a $10 late fee. Accounts unpaid after 45 days are subject to disconnection. Customers whose accounts are disconnected will have to pay a $25 reconnect fee. Customers must pay any outstanding balance before the City will reconnect service.
CROSS CONNECTION & BACK FLOW PREVENTION
Below is the contact person for questions and information about corss connection and back flow prevention.
Mike Oxendine, Utility Code Coordinator