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Having billing questions or problems with your water?  Contact King Water Company directly: (360) 678-5336
 
Danny Kaiser
Phone: 785-393-2335
E-mail: dkaiser@ku.edu
 
(Alternate) Larry Caton
Phone: 360-682-2633
E-mail: Icaton98277@hotmail.com
 
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Dugualla Community Water Information
 
        Changes as of January 1, 2022
 
 
 
King Water will be doing regular billing (transition from Jones Accounting). Meters will be read every other month (bimonthly), coinciding with bimonthly billing statements to property owners.
 
Bimonthly will allow coordination of the meter reading and water billing functions.
 
Payments will continue to:
 
Dugualla Community, Inc.
P.O. Box 1368
Oak Harbor, WA  98277   
 
How Bills Will Be Calculated Bimonthly  
 
* First Bimonthly transition period (early March billing). Everyone will receive their bill with a meter reading for January-February and will still pay the same Flat Rate of $50/month = $100.00. This will give owners time to identify their water usage levels.
 
* Homeowners will be charged if action must be taken to clear access to their meter.
 
Second Billing period and going forward --
 
1. Flat rate $100 bimonthly ( = $50/month) for first 10,000 gallons/bimonthly
 
Most homes will not experience a change in water costs because they use this amount or less.
 
2. Amounts above 10,000 gallons, will be charged by actual gallons used. This will cause your bill to vary based on your usage over the initial 10,000 gallons EACH 2-month period.
 
2a.Usage between 10,000-20,000 gallons/bimonthly is added at  1.5 cents per gallon
 
2b. Usage above 20,000 gallons/bimonthly is added at 3 cents per gallon
 
Why?
 
Costs to pump water, treat water, and repair/replace aging equipment continues