At Sharon Water Supply, we have been providing potable water services for residential and commercial customers since we were founded in 1972. Our mission and purpose is the production and safe delivery of drinking water to our members and neighbors.
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Looking for the most convenient way to pay your bill? We offer a wide variety of payment options to our customers. Simply choose the option that best suits your needs... We take Visa, Discover, Master Card Learn more...
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February 25, 2016
We are happy to announce that we now accept Credit Cards for your payments. Simply go to our Web Page www.sharon-water.com and click on the Green Box “Bill Payment”. Then click on the Red Box “Pay Your Bill Now”. Click on Utility Billing in blue. You will have two choices in which to pay.
1. Quick Pay, which allows you to pay your bill using only your account number and last months payment. Simply follow instructions as you go.
2. You can also create a login with an email account and a password. Once you are set up, you can update your phone number, look at comparative consumption on your account, and look at your history.
We are also set up to take payments by phone by...
March 31, 2016
Ahhh. . . April. How we love you. With your warm breezes and gentle showers. Honeysuckle and honeybees. Dogwoods and daffodils. And in the immortal words of Satchmo, “skies of blue and clouds of white.” In April, the canvas of our beautiful, wonderful world begins to be dotted with gorgeous splashes of color. And it’s truly a sight to behold.
Much of that beauty, those colors, that new growth is largely owing to those self-same April showers. The spring rain. That life-giving, earth-renewing, liquid-silver elixir that can help transform the barren ground into lush green fields. And don’t forget the flowers. Bring on those May flowers!
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