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NOTICE:
As of November 01, 2019 – the Sanitary Sewer System is owned by Illinois American Water Company.

Please stop all automatic payment to the Village of Godfrey Sewer Department for sanitary sewer payments.

As of January 15, 2020, any sanitary sewer payment due to the Village, for service before November 01, 2019, will only be accepted by check if placed in the mail or by cash, check or credit card if payment is made at the Village Clerk’s office.

Please stop all automatic payment to the Village of Godfrey Sewer Department for sanitary sewer payments.

All payment for sanitary sewer service performed after November 01, 2019 is being billed by Illinois American Water.  All back payment due before November 01, 2019 is still being collected by the Village of Godfrey and will not be collected by Illinois American Water and should not be paid to Illinois American Water.

Please stop all automatic payment to the Village of Godfrey Sewer Department for sanitary sewer payments.

Information on Sanitary Sewer Click on Top Menu – Residents – Utilities/Services

In the event of a sanitary sewer related emergency, please call 1-800-422-2782.

TO PAY IN PERSON FOR GODFREY BILLING – DUE BY NOVEMBER 15, 2019

Please stop all automatic payment to the Village of Godfrey Sewer Department for sanitary sewer payments.

No Payments can be made at the Sanitary Sewer Treatment Plant only at the Village Clerk’s Office, 6810 Godfrey Road, Godfrey, Illinois between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to Noon and from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday to pay in person.

**For your convenience, a 24 hour DROP BOX is located to the left of the Village Hall’s front doors at 6810 Godfrey Road.

To Pay Electronically:  As of January 15, 2020 – No longer accepted.

To Pay by Phone: As of January 15, 2020 – No longer accepted.

CALL BEFORE YOU CLEAR

Throughout the nation, utilities are joining together to let people know about the possibility that some underground natural gas pipes have been inadvertently installed through sewer or septic pipes – a situation commonly known as a “cross bore”. Cross bores can be dangerous because the mechanical equipment used to unclog sewer and septic pipes can easily penetrate a natural gas pipe and lead to the dangerous release of natural gas.  Here is more information about the campaign.

As long as a natural gas pipe is not penetrated, it poses no safety hazard. However, before you attempt to clear a sewer or septic pipe or have it cleared by someone else, contact the natural gas utility serving the area to ensure there are no conflicts with underground natural gas pipes. As a reminder, private sewer lines and laterals may not be located by the city or township. The homeowner or property owner is responsible to mark these private facilities.

If you have questions about the one-call process or need a speaker to talk about the importance of safe digging practices in your community, reach out to one of our Damage Prevention Managers.

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