Utility Billing Office

Utility Clerk Ginger McQuillin, a proud alumna of Pike-Delta-York High School, joined the Village of Delta on January 9, 2012, following a remarkable 22-year journey at Farmers and Merchants Bank.

Online Bill Payment

Follow the link to be redirected to the online payment page.

Pay Online

Once here, create an account where you can schedule payments, receive reminders, select autopay, or even pay by text.



Rates For Water & Sewer
Inside Water Rate
Base charge: $31.00
Per 100 cubic feet: $9.00
Outside Water Rate
Base charge: $31.00
Per 100 cubic feet: $15.00
Inside Sewer Rate
Base charge: $13.34
Per 100 cubic feet: $8.50
Outside Sewer Rate
Base charge: $13.34

Per 100 cubic feet: $12.75
Inside CSO Charge
Base Charge: $3.78
Per 100 cubic feet: $1.15
Outside CSO Charge
Base Charge: $3.78
Per 100 cubic feet: $1.72
Bulk water rates: $10.00 per 1,000 gallons
Water Tap Fees
Water Tap Fees 
Line Size
Residential Service Tap



With Boring Under Street



Utility Deposit

A $100.00 deposit for homeowners or a $200.00 deposit for rental properties is required for all new water users. This will be applied to your final bill.

Water bills are mailed on or about the 5th of each month with the due date of the 21st unless the due date falls on a weekend. A 10% penalty will be posted after the due date. The delinquent balance is due on the 10th of the following month or service will be terminated with a reconnect fee of $50.00.

A $25.00 disconnect/reconnect charge will be assessed if our department is at your residence for a shutoff and the water is not turned off.

We now offer ACH withdrawals, online payments or pay by phone at 844-626-9740 for water bills.

Water Contract Form

Please complete the editable form, print and sign.  Return completed for to the Utility Billing Office.

Click here for the contract form.


Water Usage ... What is Average?

It is estimated by the water industry that an average person uses 3,000 gallons of water every month. This means that a family of four would use around 12,000 gallons for different purposes such as bathing, cooking, washing, recreation, and watering. However, it’s important to note that several factors can affect average usage, and one person’s usage can be significantly higher or lower than another person’s. Therefore, if you think that your water bill is too high, consider the following factors.

  • Households with backyard swimming pools are likely to see higher water use in months when the pools are filled and filtered.
  • Households with lawns or gardens must factor in the amount of water sprinkled on grass, flowers, and Outdoor watering uses 5 to 10 gallons per minute. So, in 10 or 20 minutes, you may use 100 gallons – the amount industry experts estimate is used by an average person each day for all personal water needs. If the climate turns unseasonably dry, expect to use even more water to keep your garden alive and Your grass green.
  • The number of people in the household is an important Water use generally rises if your family grows.
  • A family with fashion-conscious teenagers probably washes more clothes more often than an older person who lives alone. More water is used per load when the machine is set on high.
  • If you take a tub bath, you will use about 42 gallons of water, compared with the 17 gallons required for a shower. New shower heads, however, reduce the water used in an average shower to just 2 gallons per minute versus 5 or 6 gallons that spurt out of older shower
  • One toilet flush will use 5 to 7 gallons unless it is in a new home where 1.5-gallon commodes are


Water Loss Chart

Dripping Faucet 1/4 GPM = 10,800 gallons per month

Leaking Toilet 1/2 GPM = 21,600 gallons per month

Drip Irrigation 1 GPM = 43,200 gallons per month

Watering Garden 2 hrs. 5 GPM = 18,000 gallons per month

Watering Garden 4 hrs. 10 GPM = 36,000 gallons per month

Unattended Water Hose 1 night 15 GPM = 5,400 gallons

Broken Houseline – 1 night = 8,100 gallons

Broken Houseline – 1 Day = 21,600 gallons

Broken Houseline – 1 week = 151,200 gallons

Broken Houseline – 1 month = 648,000 gallons

Stuck Commercial Ice Machine 2 GPM = 86,400 gallons per month

Stuck Check Valve Washing Machine (loss/30-minute cycle) 8 GPM = 240 gallons per month

Stuck Float at Watering Trough Machine (loss/30-minute cycle) 5 GPM = 216,000 gallons per month

1 Bath = 42 gallons

30 Baths = 1,260 gallons

1 Shower = 17 gallons

30 Showers = 510 gallons

Wash 1 load of clothes = 20 gallons

Wash 20 loads of clothes = 00 gallons

Toilet Flush = 7 gallons

10 Toilet Flushes per day = 70 gallons

** The above figures are estimates only.

Contact Information

Mailing Address:
Village Offices
Memorial Hall
401 Main Street
Delta, Ohio 43515

Phone & Fax:
Phone: 419.822.3190 ext. 103
Fax: 419.822.3837