In accordance with Governor’s Proclamation 20-23.11 the Town of Wilbur will be extending the time for waiving late payment penalties and suspending water shutoffs through December 31, 2020 or the end of the COVID-19 State of Emergency, whichever comes first.
WATER * SEWER * GARBAGE
The Town of Wilbur furnishes water and sewer service through its Public Works Department. Garbage services are contracted with Sunrise Disposal. Water, sewer and garbage are billed as one and due on the 15th of each month. Payments can be made by cash, check or money order in person at Town Hall, sent through the mail or dropped in the payment box located at the Town Hall main entrance. Online bill pay with a credit card is available by clicking the blue button link; service fees apply.
WATER RATES EXPLAINED (See Chapter 13.6 of the Wilbur Municipal Code):
- Town of Wilbur water meters measure consumption in cubic feet.
- The basic water rate is $31.04 for up to 1,000 cubic feet (cf) used.
- Water usage from 1,001-50,000 cf is charged $0.50 per 100 cf.
- Water usage from 50,001 cf and higher is charged $0.55 per 100 cf.
- 1000 cubic feet equals 7,481 gallons of water
Additional information about Wilbur’s Water and Sewer rates is available upon request from Town Hall. Email email@example.com or call 509-647-5821 or stop by Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 14 NW Division St.
Lincoln County Transfer station information is available online at www.co.lincoln.wa.us/solidwaste or by calling 509-725-0122
The town Brush Pile is located west of Wilbur off Highway 2. It is available for Wilbur residents to dispose of yard waste like branches, leaves and grass clippings. Usage fee is $7.50 per load, payable at Town Hall. Only yard debris is allowed, no garbage or construction materials. Stop by Town Hall for a key and directions.
The Brush Pile will be open and free for two weeks starting Friday, November 20, 2020. This allows residents access to dumping their leaves without entering Town Hall to request a key, limiting in-person contact as much as possible, due to COVID-19. The brush pile will still be monitored by Public Works. Please cut down large yard waste into manageable sizes and do not leave garbage or construction debris.
Public Works Department: Foreman David Bjorson. Crew members: Dustin Taylor, Tim Jennings and Dale Bjorson (seasonal).
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