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Pay your bills or be disconnected

Kye Rymer

The Water & Sewerage Department is warning customers that their services will be disconnected if outstanding bills are not paid come the end of the April 30 grace period.

Residents with outstanding water bill balances were recently offered a three-month grace period on disconnections by the government. The government said this was done because of the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the territory.

“The grace period started on January 18 and will continue to April 30. During this period, we are encouraging customers of the Water & Sewerage Department, including those with bill discrepancies, to make arrangements to bring their accounts current,” said Utilities Minister Kye Rymer.

Water & Sewerage bills are due at the end of each month.

The Water and Sewerage Department seeks to ensure the provision of potable water and an environmentally sound sewage disposal service to all residents of the Virgin Islands, efficiently and at affordable rates.  

For more information persons may telephone the Water and Sewerage Department at (284) 468-5834/5901 or email wsd@gov.vg.

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8 Comments

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  1. Ss says:

    People hurt and he u**y. S***t him asap

  2. Power in the wrong d ? says:

    The madam at Electricity Dept who wants to show power had already start to cut off people meter . The heartless wrench needs to be reported Can you imagine if they had higher position . Their heartless evil
    Actions will follow dem . Pure bad mind ness

  3. wow says:

    maybe you should work at de revenue! you can cut the firms that never pay up

  4. Fenty says:

    What do we do about the tenants who are not paying rent. Government has been asking landlords to be lenient but if a person cannot pay one month’s rent how are they going to pay five months? I am really sad about my tenant’s situation but it may be time to act like water and sewerage and electricity.

  5. Fenty says:

    What do we do about people nit paying rent? Government has been asking landlords to be lenient but if one cannot pay one month’s rent how can he pay five months. I am really sorry for tenants in this situation but I may have to act like water and sewerage and electricity.

  6. WATER says:

    EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE PAYING YOUR WARRRRTER BILL YOU ARE STILL BEING CUT AND WATER AND SEWRAGE STAFF TELLING YOU SOME SHIT FOR AN ANSWER MR MINISTER SHAPE UP AND SHIFT OUT SOME OF THE STAFF AT WATER AND SEWRAGE DOES THE HEAD AND SOME OF HER CLEKS PAY WATER BILL YES PEEOPLE SHOULD PAY THEIR BILLS BUT A LOT OF UNDER HAND THINGS GOING ON AT THAT DEPARTMENT SOME PERSONS HO USED TO WORK THERE COULD TELL THE PUBLIC WHAT GOES ON AND THEN THE DEPARTMENT WANT TO KILL THE SMALL MAN GO FIX THE LEAKS THAT IS RUNNING AND HOOK UP TO PEOPLE MAIN LINE STOP THE HARRAS IF PEOPLE REALLY DOES NOT PAY THEIR BILLS THEN CUT THEM BUT YOU AS THE MINISTER NEED TO SHAKE UP AND SHIP OUT SOME OF THE STAFFF AND METER READERS DOES NOT READ NO METER THEY JUST ADD A FIGURE I NOTICE THAT FOR MY SELF THEY DRIVE UP PEEP AND STAY IN THEIR VEHICLE AND WRITE DOWN WHAT THEY WANT AND THEN DRIVE OFF MR MINISTER WATER DEPARTMENT NEEDS HELP AND STOP KILLING POOR PEOPLE WHEN THE BIG AND RICH GETTING GOOD BRAKES AND SOME NOT PAYING FOR WATER AND THAT IS WHY SOME PEOPLE HAVING THRIR OWN NAKE LINES ANY WAY THANKS FOR THE BREAK

  7. Williams says:

    Very Good

  8. Hmm says:

    Some of us are not working since March 2020 we have bills plus we have to pay for work permit that we never really used in 2020. Who will help us??

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