WaterOne proudly "pays it forward" to the Johnson County Utility Assistance Program, which helps individuals and families in need of temporary assistance with their utility bills.
COVID-19 UPDATE 3/16/2020
WATER TURN-OFFS SUSPENDED
WaterOne is currently suspending turn-offs for non-pay in support of community wellness. Tap water is vital to promoting and restoring health during the COVID-19 event. This will be reassessed periodically based on the pandemic status and customers will remain responsible for their outstanding balances.
Please Note: Although there will be no service disconnections in the coming weeks, you will continue to receive account and payment reminders. We also encourage you to continue to make payments on your account. That helps avoid higher balances later. If you’re experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 event, please contact us at 913/895-1800 to make payment arrangements. Read More
If you have questions about a past due payment, we will be happy to assist you. Contact Customer Service at 913/895-1800 during normal business hours, Monday – Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.
View your payment options.
- Payments made by 7 PM Monday through Friday, either online or over the phone, will post the next business day. Payments made electronically through your bank may not post to your WaterOne account for up to five business days. Select a payment option that ensures your payment is received in time.
- WaterOne employees DO NOT accept payments in the field.
SCHEDULE A SERVICE RECONNECTION
Contact Customer Service during business hours at 913/895-1800. Reconnection appointments are scheduled from 2:30 PM to 5 PM Monday – Friday (except holidays).
PAST DUE PAYMENT POLICY
WaterOne is committed to a policy that encourages timely payment and provides ample opportunity to maintain an account in good standing.
Full payment is due 21 days after the billing date, as given on the bill. Single-family residential accounts are billed bi-monthly (every other month). All other accounts are billed monthly. It is your responsibility to ensure that payment is received by the due date.
Past Due Payments
If full payment is not received by the due date, the account is assessed a late payment fee of 5% of the balance due. Sales tax is charged on late payment fees for business customers as required by the State of Kansas. Late payment fees are assessed on the new charges only (excluding sales tax, fees, and disconnection/reconnection charges.)
If payment is not received in full by the due date, a “Past Due” notice is mailed.
Past due notices are sent by mail, even for those customers who normally receive their bills electronically. If you receive this notice but believe you’ve already paid in full, contact Customer Service at 913/895-1800 to check your account status.
Notice of Disconnect
If full payment is not received by 12 business days after the due date, a Notice of Disconnect is mailed. You have 10 calendar days from the date the Notice of Disconnect is issued to remit payment in full.
If full payment is not received by the due date on the notice of disconnection (approximately 43 days after the billing date), service will be disconnected.
For each visit, a $20 disconnection/reconnection charge will be assessed to your account. That’s our real cost for sending a person in a vehicle to your service address. When service has been disconnected for nonpayment, the account must be paid in full before service is restored.