~~ IMPORTANT NOTICE ~~ CodeRed reverse 911 is being replaced!!
Sign Up For Wareham Water Alert (RAVE Smart911) Wareham Water has teamed with the Town of Wareham and Onset Fire District on a new Reverse 911 system. This system updates how we communicate with you during an emergency by providing more social media outlets as well as traditional phone calls. Click on the link below to register for alerts and to stay informed. --Please note the existing Reverse 911 (CodeRed) will be removed, along with any information that was in that database.
UPDATE TO ONLINE BILL PAY
We are pleased to announce that effective March 1, 2021 our online bill pay will now be handled by UniPay. The new system is designed to make online bill pay even easier!
Customers previously enrolled in automatic payments through Invoice Cloud will need to update their payment information in Unipay.
Customers who prefer paperless billing will also need to update their settings in the new Unipay system.
Please click on the UniPay link below for more information.
Go Green….Pay Online
Better for the Environment.
It's easy, safe and secure!
No registration is required to view and pay your bill.
Receive an e-mail confirmation of payment.
Avoid late payments by enrolling in Auto-Pay.
Review payment history and download and print bills 24/7.
Go paperless! Sign up to receive your bills via e-mail.
Service fees apply........paying by e-check is less than the cost of a stamp!
Important Notice 3/3/21
Our online bill pay system, Unipay is currently only able to accept payments for the most recent water bills (issued February 25th). We are working to load bills issued prior to that into the online system. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
MasterCard, Amex, Discover, and E-Check
During emergencies, residents often wish to know which district they are located in. Please see the link below for the approximate boundaries of the Onset Fire District. The remaining portion of the Town is serviced by the Wareham Fire District. You can also refer to your water bill.
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