Serving over 1 million customers in San Jose, San Jose Water is dedicated to providing exceptional customer service to their community. They realize that the water they serve is a life-sustaining element and they must remain on top of their game to provide their community with the best that they can. Even though they are one of the largest and most sophisticated operations around, they have to make sure their level of customer service goes beyond their technology. They must take care of their customers in every way possible to ensure they are leaders in a happy healthy community. They provide San Jose customers with bill payment options that allow them more control over their busy lives. In addition, gives them the freedom to manage their accounts their own way.
San Jose Water Company Bill Payment Options
This free safe and secure service allows you to not have to worry any longer with paper bills. You will be able to view your bill any time you like from anywhere you have internet access. You billing statement will be sent out to you each month when it is ready for viewing via email. In order to sign up for paperless billing you will need to register your account. To register now you can click on this link: www.sjwater.com/enroll.
After you enroll in Paperless billing, it could take up to 2 to 3 days to take effect. You are able to start or stop paperless billing at any time and are in full control over your account. You can see a full list of FAQ’s
If you would like to have your bank account debit each month, you may enroll in automatic payments. You can choose to have your checking or savings account debited each month for the amount due. You will receive your paper bill in the mail around three weeks before the deduction will take place. This will allow you plenty of time to address any questions for concerns you may have regarding your bill. After you have filled out the application for automatic payments, you will need to return it to San Jose Water.
The address is 110 W. Taylor St. San Jose, California 95296
If you would like to make a one-time payment, you may do so using your checking account. This is fast free and easy. All you will need to do is provide your account number, the amount of your payment and the banking information you wish to use. To make a one-time payment you can go to the one time payment page: secure3.i-doxs.net.
Payments by Mail
You are always welcome to make your payments through the mail. You may send your check payment back to the address provided on your billing statement. Be sure to allow plenty of time for your bill to reach the office when mailing it, to avoid any adverse actions. It is recommended not to send cash in the mail and not to staple any portion of your bill or payment. Make sure you make your checks payable to San Jose Water Company and write your account number on your check.
Payments Over the Phone
San Jose offers an automatic phone in system that allows you to make your payments over the phone. When you use this system, you will need to have your 11-digit account number ready along with your banking information. This service is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. There is no charge for using the automated phone system. If you would like to make a payment using this system, you can call 1-855-771-7900. If your account were on alert or subject to disconnection, it would be best to call a customer service agent directly at 1-408-279-7900. You can reach an agent between the hours of 8 and 5:30 Monday through Friday.
Pay in Person
You can make payments in person at 110 W. Taylor Street San Jose, CA between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m Monday through Friday. Payments that are accepted in person are, cash, check, money order, cashiers check, MasterCard, Visa or Discover. You must bring a valid identification card with you if you chose to make your payment via credit card. Outside the office is a drop box where payments can be left after hours. These will be collected the next business day. Payments accepted in the drop boxes are cash, check, money order, or cashiers check.