The Los Angeles Department of Public Works (DPW) has made it easier for Los Angeles County residents to pay their water bills online. The DPW now offers a secure online portal where customers can access their accounts and make payments at dpw.lacounty.gov.
LA Waterworks Pay Bills using credit, debit card and View Balance
By using the portal, users can view and monitor their current balance, review past statements, set up automatic payments, and update billing information like their mailing address or phone number. Credit and debit cards from Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express, as well as checking and savings accounts, can be used to pay. Customers will also receive email notifications when new bills are due, ensuring that they never miss another payment.
If you still have problems paying your LA Waterworks water bill, Read the FAQ Section.
The LA DPW website also has helpful resources, like a section called “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQs) with answers to the most common questions about water services and payment options, as well as a way to get in touch with them in case of an emergency.
LA County Waterworks Districts – MyWAM Online Water Billing
The Los Angeles County Waterworks Districts (LACWD) has launched a new online service for their customers. This convenient, secure site provides customers access to their LACWD account information and allows them to pay their water bill online.
MyWAM makes it easy for customers to pay their bills and monitor their water consumption. The app also helps users save money by providing tips on conserving water and reducing utility costs.
LACWD encourages all of its customers to take advantage of this innovative convenience and register for MyWam today.
About Los Angeles County Waterworks Districts
Los Angeles County Waterworks Districts get fresh, clean water to the people. Boards of directors are elected to represent the interests of these waterworks districts. They give advice and keep an eye on each district’s drinking water system. Each district is responsible for making sure its customers have safe, reliable water and follow all federal and state rules.
The LA County Waterworks Districts serve more than four million people in diverse, urban communities throughout the county by delivering high-quality water services at an affordable cost. The districts work with city governments, schools, and businesses, among other local groups and agencies, to make sure that everyone in the county has access to safe drinking water.