What if a lien is issued against the property?

If a property owner defaults on paying more than 2 utility bills, a lien may be issued against the property.  Lien charges will apply.

If you are purchasing a property, all liens must be paid in full before water service can begin for a new owner.  Due to monthly availability charges, please be sure to request an updated lien search before closing on a property.  To request a Lien Search, please contact the City Clerk's office at 386-506-5563.

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1. How do I pay my water bill?
2. When is my payment due?
3. What if my payment doesn't go through?
4. What if I have a problem with mail?
5. What if my water was disconnected for non-payment?
6. Why is my water bill so high?
7. Can I get an adjustment for a water leak or pool fill?
8. How do I report meter leaks, water line leaks, water pressure or sewage backup problems?
9. What if I have a question about my drinking water?
10. What is reclaimed water?
11. What are the current water restrictions?
12. When is garbage pick-up?
13. Should I update my information?
14. How do I change my name?
15. What if the account holder is deceased?
16. What if a lien is issued against the property?
17. What do I do if I have filed bankruptcy?
18. What if the property is in foreclosure?
19. How do I contact customer service?