Stormwater Billing & Payment

How to Pay Your Bill

Fishers Utilities customers have multiple ways to pay their stormwater bill: 

  1. Via mail: mail your check, Payable to Fishers Sewer Utility, to P.O. Box 426 along with the remittance coupon located on the bottom third of your statement. No convenience fee applies.
  2. Via online: visit and access your online account to pay via credit card or e-check. A $2.95 convenience fee applies.
  3. Via bank or credit union: use your financial institution's bill pay services. Convenience fees will be determined by your financial institution.
  4. Via in-person: visit the City Services Building at 3 Municipal Dr. to pay by cash only. City Services is open M-F 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Excluding holidays.  


Answers to frequently asked questions regarding your bill or payments can be found here. 

Billing Timeline


Fishers Utilities bills property owners ONCE YEARLY. This bill comes directly to property owners on record per the Hamilton County Assessor's Office. Residential stormwater bills are mailed by the end of the first quarter annually. In the majority of cases, stormwater fees are not included in HOA fees but may be included in COA fees. Stormwater fees are not paid through property taxes.


Commercial stormwater service is billed quarterly. The bill is tied to the property owner and not the tenant. If you are the property owner, it is your responsibility to pay Fishers Utilities. Tenants should contact property owners with questions or concerns. 

Tax Withholding

If you receive a letter stating that you have an outstanding utility balance and your taxes have been held in the amount due. Submitting payment to City of Fishers Utilities will resolve this delinquency. Paying via the IRS through the withholding process will require payment of a $20 fee plus a 15% fee to the IRS to have it deducted from your tax refund or added to your tax bill. Delinquent accounts may be paid by check, cash, or credit card. In most cases, account holders have 30 days to pay the City of Fishers Utility before the IRS proceeds with garnishing tax refunds.

Stormwater Utility Rate Adjustment (Effective 2019)