Where can I pay my water and sewer bill?

The county provides several ways for you to make payment. 

Electronic payments: As part of our commitment to provide citizens with efficient, convenient services, Harford County has partnered with Official Payments Corporation, a third-party payment provider to offer electronic payments over the Internet or by telephone. The third-party provider will assess a convenience fee each time you use its service. Harford County accepts Visa®, MasterCard®, and Discover® credit cards and electronic checks. To make a payment by phone, call 1-844-836-9732.

By mail: Enclosed with each tax bill is a return envelope for mailing your payment. The address on the envelope is our mail payment processing address in Baltimore. 

In person: You may wish to make payment in person by visiting our office at 220 S. Main Street in Bel Air on the first floor. Convenient parking is available. Office hours are Monday through Friday, except county holidays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The end of the month during July, August, September and December are our busiest times. During these time periods, if you visit our office you may experience a short wait for counter service and difficulty in parking. 

After office hours: A "drop-box" for payment deposits is also located at 220 S. Main Street in Bel Air if our office hours are not convenient. 


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1. Do I have to pay for sewer if I water my lawn or fill my swimming pool?
2. How can I connect to the county's water and sewer system?
3. How often will I receive a water and sewer bill? What are the rates?
4. I am going to be renting a home. Can I receive the water and sewer bill?
5. I am moving from my present home in Harford County. What do I need to do?
6. I have a question concerning my water and sewer bill. Who do I contact?
7. Why have I been billed for water and sewer usage for three months for a house I just bought one month ago?
8. What happens if I don't pay my water and sewer bill?
9. What is the user benefit assessment?
10. When are the water and sewer assessment notices mailed to properties owners?
11. Why do I have to pay for water and sewer service when I am already paying property taxes?
12. Where can I pay my water and sewer bill?