Customer warning when paying bills online: Doxo.com

There is an on-line bill pay website that appears to be affiliated with Warren County Water & Sewer, but it is not. Doxo.com is third-party website that allows people to pay their water/sewer bills via their site. However, doxo.com may charge the member extra fees, and Warren County Water & Sewer cannot control when we will receive the customer payments from doxo.com, possibly resulting in a late payment from the customer or even shut-off due to non-payment. To make sure you’re paying Warren County Water & Sewer directly, visit our website, www.co.warren.oh.us/water/.

As always, if you receive suspicious phone calls or emails from someone claiming to be a representative of Warren County Water & Sewer requesting payment, please call Warren County Water & Sewer at 1-513-695-1377.

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EMAIL NOTICE: Customers may now register their email address on our website to receive notification that their water and/or sewer bills have been mailed. Please click on the Account History button above to register.


Information regarding Lead in Drinking Water and Frequently Asked Questions

The Warren County Water and Sewer Department welcomes you to our homepage. We hope you enjoy your visit. If we can be of further help to you, please stop by our office or give us a call.

The Warren County Water and Sewer Department is a regional water supplier that owns and operates two water treatment plants with a total Ohio EPA rated capacity of 12 million gallons per day. The treatment plants treats water from wells located along the Great Miami and Little Miami aquifers. The water is distributed from four booster pump stations through 500 miles of watermains to over 28,000 water customers. Fire protection and daily storage is provided from eight elevated storage tanks with a total storage volume of 13 million gallons.

The County serves the Villages of Corwin, Harveysburg, and Maineville, as well as portions of Clear Creek, Deerfield, Franklin, Hamilton, Turtle Creek, Union, and Wayne Townships. In addition to the water furnished by our plants the County purchases potable water from the City of Springboro, Village of Waynesville and the City of Cincinnati. The County has emergency water system interconnections with neighboring cities and villages including:

  • Cincinnati
  • Franklin
  • Lebanon
  • Middletown
  • Springboro
  • South Lebanon
  • Waynesville

The Warren County Water and Sewer Department serves over 20,000 sewer customers throughout the County. It owns and operates four wastewater treatment plants with Ohio EPA permitted capacities of 12 million gallons per day, 120,000, 80,000 and 16,000 gallons per day. The County also has agreements with the Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati, Franklin Regional Wastewater Treatment Corporation and Butler County to provide wastewater treatment to portions of unincorporated areas of the County. The County maintains over 389 miles of sanitary sewers and 70 sewage pump stations.