Sewer Service Forms
New to Holts Summit?
To sign up for new service please complete the Sewer Service Application. It can be dropped off at City Hall during regular business hours, left in the Sewer Drop Box, or emailed to the Sewer Clerk.
Moving out of town or moving to a new service location?
When moving out of a property please complete the Sewer Disconnect Form. It can be dropped off at City Hall during regular business hours, left in the Sewer Drop Box, or emailed to the Sewer Clerk.
Sewer Bills are mailed the first of each month and are due before the close of business day (5:00 PM) on the 15th of each month. You can pay your bill by mailing it, dropping it off at City Hall during regular business hours, drop it in the Sewer Drop Box, or you can pay with debit/credit card online at collectorsoultions.com.
Bills are considered delinquent if not paid by 5:00 PM on the 15th.
Bills not paid by 5:00 PM on the 26th are assessed a $50.00 penalty fee and are scheduled for disconnect.
To have service restored you must pay the bill in full including the $50.00 penalty fee (regardless of whether or not services were actually turned off). Once payment is received, service will be scheduled to be restored between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM.
Your sewer bill is based off of the following classifications. For more information please see our City code, section 46-124.
- Class A: The basic monthly connection fee shall be charged per month, regardless of water consumption, for any Class A residential user using sewer service during any month or portion thereof, plus an additional monthly user fee charged for each 1,000 gallons of water used per month. For Class A residential users, monthly user charges will be based on average monthly water usage during the months of January, February and March. If a Class A residential user has not established a January, February and March average, or if such user does not have a water meter, his monthly user charge shall be the median charge of all other Class A residential user's, except as otherwise provided in section 46-123.
- Class B: The basic monthly connection fee shall be charged per dwelling unit per month, with the definition of dwelling unit, including, but not limited to, any mobile/manufactured home pad, which has a sewer connection available to it, whether or not a mobile/manufactured home is located on such pad. A mobile/manufactured home pad shall be deemed to not have a sewer connection available to it only after any sewer line connecting such pad to another sewer main or line has been removed. In addition to the basic monthly connection fee, there shall be charged a monthly user fee per 1,000 gallons of water used per month. The basic monthly connection fee and additional monthly user fee shall be calculated on the basis of water usage for multiple-family units.
- Commercial and all other customers not covered above: . In the event that a commercial building is vacant and no sewage is actually discharged into the city's sewer system during any portion of any month, the owner of such commercial building shall nevertheless be obligated to pay to the city a basic monthly connection fee to compensate the city for the fixed costs associated with providing the sewage collection and treatment capacity necessary to service such commercial building, provided that such commercial building has a building sewer line that is physically connected to the city's sewer system at any time during any portion of any such month. The additional monthly user fee shall be the monthly user fee for each 1,000 gallons of water used in that month. Each month, numbers are rounded to the nearest 1,000 gallons of water used.
If payment is made with a check and your check is returned due to insufficient funds, your account will be charged a $35.00 fee.
Tampering with the water meters is a punishable offense and can result in a fine up to $500. This includes turning meters back on that have been turned off due to non-payment.