The District operates on a quarterly billing cycle. Meters must be read within 10 days before or after the last day of each month. Water Production Reports (meter readings) must be submitted within 30 days of the end of the quarter. Late reports will be subject to a late fee of fifty dollars ($50) per billing account. Invoices will be generated within 15 days from the Water Production Report Deadlines and payment is due no later than 60 days from the end of the applicable quarterly billing period.
Report Usage and Billing Table
Water Meter Reading Must
Occur and Be Recorded on
Monthly Meter Log Between
Water Production Report
Deadlines (Date by Which Report
of Monthly Usage Must be
Submitted to District)
Water Use Payment
January 1 to March 31
January 21 to February 10
(additional day added into end of time frame to account
for leap years)
|April 30||May 30|
April 1 to June 30
|April 20 to May 10|
May 20 to June 10
June 20 to July 10
|July 30||August 30|
July 1 to September 30
July 21 to August 10
|October 30||November 29|
October 1 to December 31
|October 21 to November 10|
November 20 to December 10
December 21 to January 10
extended by one day during
leap years for consistency
Will I receive an invoice for my usage or do I have to calculate it myself?
The District will generate an invoice for all accounts that submit meter readings no later than 30 days after the end of the quarter. If you have not submitted your meter readings by that time, an invoice will not be generated. However, you are still responsible for submitting payment on time for the usage during the quarter.
Is there a penalty if I do not submit my meter readings on time?
Yes, a late fee of $50 per billing account is assessed automatically. You may also be charged penalties for a major violation for failing to submit meter readings within the required time-frame. The first violation fee is $500. The fee for a second violation within 3 years is $1000. A third violation within 3 years can result in a civil suit. Details on this can be found in Appendix A in the Permanent Rules.
What is the current fee schedule? How much will I owe?
The current fee schedule is available HERE.
Can I pay online?
Yes. You will need to register on our eBill/ePay site, which is available HERE. If you do not have your account number or pin number, please call (855) 426-4433 and the staff will be happy to help you.
How do I report my meter readings?
Please visit report usage page for information on reporting your usage to the District.
Are there late fees if I do not pay my bill on time?
Yes, a late fee of 15% is automatically assessed after the bill is due.
What if I feel my bill is not accurate?
Please call the District office at (855) 426-4433 to discuss any potential errors on billing or on submitted meter readings. The District can only correct errors we are made aware of, so please do not hesitate to ask any questions you may have regarding your billing.
Can I report usage and be billed monthly instead?
Yes. Please make sure you have completed a Billing Information Form and marked that you would like to be billed on a monthly basis. In this case, you will need to make sure that your meter readings are submitted before the end of the following month, or no invoice will be generated. Your bills will not be considered late unless they are late per the quarterly billing cycle. For more questions regarding monthly billing, please contact our offices.
Phone: (855) 426-4433, Fax: (903) 786-8211
Meeting Location: Pilot Point ISD Administration
829 S. Harrison St.
Pilot Point, TX 76258
Mailing Address: PO Box 508 Gainesville, TX 76241
Office Address: 5100 Airport Drive Denison, TX 75020
Meetings Held: TBA
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