We initially thought that we would begin using the new billing software with the new water bill format beginning October 1st. Unfortunately we are unable to go ahead with this change in line with the original time schedule due to ongoing office staff training under the new system.
The new date to implement these changes is Monday 11/5/2018
Original 8/20/2018 Post:
Beginning October 1st 2018 we will be using a new format for your water and sewer bill. A little more information and a sample of that new bill can be found here. It does look a little different from what you've received in the past.
In addition, and this is due to customer demand, our office will now be accepting credit card, debit card, and eCheck payments. A new feature that we are very pleased with and we hope you are as well is the ability to pay your bill online without having to come into our office. And finally you also have the option to set up ACH automatic draft/withdrawals to make your water and sewer bill payments.
We will of course still accept cash, check, and money order payments.
You may have seen this recent addition to our east entrance to town. As of this writing the work is not yet complete but we wanted to post an update. Next phase is solar lighting and painting for a contrast effect with the flagstone surroundings.
WE NEED YOUR INPUT AND FEEDBACK by Monday July 9th 2018
Please review the following two images: here and here to see the proposed upgrades. After, please print this form (or pick up a copy at Seeley CWD office) to fill out and submit.
Seeley CWD has received money through the Imperial Irrigation District's Local Entity Fund to be used specifically on upgrades to our park. Currently we have a large field with no clear purpose or use, a basketball court, and a partially shaded play area for children. We are using the grant money to partner with the community to create a Masterplan to build something that satisfies our needs.
Seeley CWD staff have installed "Welcome To..." signs at our North, West, and Southern entrances to town
You may have noticed that our crew is out around town working on our city's sewer system manholes. We are working on bringing the manhole covers up to grade, meaning that we are taking manhole covers that are buried beneath many inches or dirt and raising them up so they are level or slightly above level with the surrounding area. This is beneficial for our sewer system and our waste water treatment plant because it helps prevent rain water -or any water spills- from entering the sewer system.