About Your Bill

Meter Reading:

North Manchester Utilities does its best to read each water meter every month.  There are, however, circumstances that make estimating a necessity.  When this becomes necessary, we base the estimated consumption on an average of the customers’ historical monthly usage.  If your consumption is estimated, it will be stated on the bill.  Any over or under estimation is reconciled at the time of the next actual meter reading.

When Payments Are Due:

Payments are due 15 days from the mailing date.  Bills are mailed the last business day of each month.  Payments received after the due date are subjected to a penalty in the amount of 10% of the current amount due.


Payments may be paid at the Public Works Office (corner of Main & Market Streets) or by mail to 101 E Main Street, North Manchester, IN 46962.  Please allow enough time for payments to be processed to avoid penalty.  You may also use our drop box which is conveniently located at the entrance to our building.  These payments may be dropped off 24/7 365 days a year.


Another method that may be used to pay your bill is ACH (Automated Clearing House).  ACH is a free and easy program that automatically withdraws your utility bill payment from your bank account approximately the 10th of each month.  To sign up you will need to complete an ACH Authorization Form and return it to the Public Works Office.  Please print the form located in the Related Pages section.  Complete and return along with a voided check to:

            North Manchester Public Works

            101 E Main St

            North Manchester, IN 46962


Bad Checks:

Customers paying bills with checks drawn on accounts with non-sufficient funds will be given until 9:00 a.m. the next business day to correct the deficiency.  Customers failing to do so will be disconnected without further notice.  Payments to correct the situation must be cash.  A NSF fee of $34 must also be paid.

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