Your Battle Ground public utilities are provided by two services, the Battle Ground Conservancy District and the Battle Ground Wastewater Utility.
The wastewater plant is operated by town employees who monitor the lift stations and the treatment process.
The Conservancy is responsible for the town well fields, and the drinking water distribution system which includes addresses which are not in the town city limits.
When a new customer moves into the utility service area, there is a deposit for water and a separate deposit for waste treatment. You will also see the separate charges on your bill, along with the total amount due.
Payments are due in the utility office at Town Hall by midnight on the due date listed on your bill, usually between the 15th and 17th day. If payment is received after this time, a penalty fee will be added. If you want to mail your payment, we know the changes in the local USPS delivery system can take four or five business days to reach our mailbox even if you are mailing from a Battle Ground address. Payments can be placed in the drop box at Town Hall if you are concerned about meeting the deadline. Bills unpaid after 30 days are subject to shutoff of service. The water supervisor may as a courtesy leave a door tag advising you have 24 hours to bring your bill current before shutoff.
Payment needs to be in the office by 4 p.m. on the last day of the month. Call us if you have a question about the payment requirement.
Utility Billing Deputy