Utility Billing
Water Services & Billing
The City of Bellbrook is unique among most small cities in that it operates its own water system.  The current system has grown to over 9,200 customers.  The water system serves the entire city, as well as parts of Sugarcreek Township.

Pay Your Utility Bill

- U.S. Mail

- Payment window at the Utility Billing office located at 15 East Franklin Street

- Drop Box at Administration Building located at 15 East Franklin Street

- Online through SmartBill.  A processing fee may apply.

Pay Online & Register for Electronic Utility Bills

Online payments and E-bill registration are available for all City of Bellbrook utility customers.  Once you register, you will have the option to pay online and to receive your utility bill over email.  You can use either a credit card or checking account to pay online.  A processing fee will apply for credit card payments.

When registering, be sure to enter your name as it appears on your statement.
Water System Overview Video
Helpful Information

Water Softeners - The City of Bellbrook is not required to test for Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) because the source of the water is from ground water.  Bellbrook water hardness can be measured in two ways:
- 18.22 grains per gallon
- 312 milligrams per liter

Current Water Rates - Information on current water rates.
Water Regulations, Rates & Fees
Water Rate Presentation 2017
Water Rate Presentation 2016
Water Rate Presentation 2015
City of Oakwood Water Rate Surveys - 2016, 2015

Plumbing Fixture Updates - In an effort to help contractors and homeowners with connecting to the water system, the city has provided information on new fixtures that should be used.
Fixture Update Information

Rust Removal - On a rare occasion, there may be a presence of rust in the water.  If water a customer has done a load of laundry with rusty water, the city will provide you a rust remover free of charge.  Please contact the Utility Billing office for more information.
Rust Removal Instructions

Iron Reduction - Because many water supply lines are made of iron, occasionally a homeowner may see a buildup of iron in the water or washing machines.  Please contact the Utility Billing office for more information.
Iron Reducing Agent Instructions

Deduct Meter Information - Deduct meters are used to measure the quantity of water not reaching the sanitary sewer system.  This includes exterior hose bibs used to water lawns, washing automobiles, filing swimming pools, etc.  For more information regarding deduct meters please the documents below:
Deduct Meter Information
Deduct Meter Diagram

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