Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District Customers

Based on guidance from our local health department and the Centers for Disease Control for combating the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we have temporarily closed the District's customer service lobby to the public.

PLEASE TAKE NOTE THAT YOUR NORMAL WATER AND WASTEWATER SERVICE WILL CONTINUE WITHOUT INTERRUPTION.

We are still available by phone (970) 731-2691 Monday-Friday, 8am — 5pm

There are three convenient ways for you to pay your bill:

  • • Bring your payment in a sealed envelope and place it in our drop box located near the stone entrance sign to the PAWSD campus at 100 Lyn Avenue. Please remember to put your name, account number, and whether it is a fill station or utility payment on the front of the envelope. Payments dropped in the box will be posted by noon each day, Monday through Friday.
  • • Call our Office at (970) 731-2691 to make a credit or debit card payment by phone. We may be experiencing an increase in call volume during this time so please be patient.
  • • Take advantage of our convenient online account management portal at www.xpressbillpay.com

We know that guidelines are changing daily, and we will keep you informed of any further changes as they develop. We will get through this together and we look forward to returning to our normal lobby hours as soon as possible!

Sincerely, Justin Ramsey, District Manager

Our mission at PAWSD is to make sure our water resource, and our collection and treatment of wastewater, is something our customers can depend upon, now and in the future.

TURN METER ON/OFF

For requests to have water turned ON / OFF at the meter pit.
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You will receive an email confirmation to your request within 48 hours. If you do not, please call the PAWSD office at
970-731-2691.

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Regular Meetings are held at 5:00 pm on the second Thursday of each month excluding July and November. All meetings will be held at PAWSD Administrative offices, 100 Lyn Ave, unless otherwise noted on the agenda.

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