This weekend Detroit Water and Sewerage Department officials urge residents with back-due water bills to attend a fair on Saturday (April 30) to set up payment plans to risk shutoffs that are set to resume Sunday (May 1st).
DWSD Director Gary Brown stated that there are more than 30,000 households in the city that are currently on payment plans but 23,000 defaulted on their payment plans and may have their service cut off. It’s also been reported that the average overdue balance is around $663.
The agency will host a water assistance fair 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday at the water department’s east side customer service location at 13303 E. McNichols just east of Gratiot.
Cred: DFP Via @therealpaigion
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