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Posted on: December 9, 2021

[ARCHIVED] 2022 Water and Sewer Rates and Online Payment Options

2022 Water Rates - Social (395 x 305 px)

Beginning January 1, 2022, the Village of Lombard's water rate will be $9.24, and the sewer rate will be $6.86 per 1,000 gallons of water used for customers inside the village limits. This cost reflects a $0.40 increase per 1,000 gallons of water, compared to 2021. 

The average Lombard home uses 5,000 gallons of water each month, which equates to a price increase of $2.00 per month, or $24 for the year. The Village receives its water from the City of Chicago and the DuPage Water Commission, and discharges sanitary flows to the Glenbard Wastewater Authority. As they raise their rates, the Village must also increase its rates in order to purchase wholesale water, and to fund operating expenses and capital improvements.

Additionally, the Village’s monthly capital fee will increase from $5.25 to $5.50. This capital fee was implemented in 2020. This fee will help to fix and replace aged infrastructure, which will require approximately $41,162,500 for sewer improvements $19,130,618 for water system improvements. For more information, visit  

WaterSmart Portal

Track water usage in real-time using the Village’s WaterSmart Portal. This tool also allows users to sign up for leak alerts, get water-saving tips, compare their water usage to their neighborhood average, and more. To sign up, visit

 AutoPay Online

Residents can avoid late fees and a trip to Village Hall, by signing up to have their water bill automatically deducted from their bank account each month. To sign up for AutoPay, visit

 Lombard Water Quality Rated Excellent

The Village is committed to providing the highest quality drinking water to its customers in the most reliable and professional manner. The Village of Lombard’s drinking water supply excelled all United States Environmental Protection Agency and state drinking water health standards. Learn more at  

For more information, visit or call (630) 620-5920.

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