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Water/Sewer Department

Avon Water/Sewer Department
609 Woodland Ave.
Avon-by-the-Sea, NJ 07717
Office- 732-502-4506
Hours: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday thru Friday
Karl Klug, Superintendent

The State of NJ has updated their COVID-19 Information website addressing assistance with utility payments.   
State of New Jersey Utility Payment Assistance 

***Quarter 1 water/sewer bills for 2022 were mailed to residents on 3/29/2022.
Payments for quarter 1 are due May 1, and quarter 2 payments will be due June 1***



May 13, 2022: Latest Relief Measures for Residential Utility Customers
Click HERE!

June 2, 2022: Utility Assistance for Monmouth County Tenants
Click HERE!

June 6, 2022: Apply for Help with Utility Bill Payments
Click HERE!

IMPORTANT MESSAGE: UPDATED COVID-19 RATEPAYER RELIEF MEASURES
Click HERE for info on relief measures

Certain measures are in place providing relief to ratepayers experiencing economic hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please review this message in its entirety. For more information, please contact Kerry McGuigan at 732-502-4510, ext. 233, or kmcguigan@avonbytheseanj.com.

SERVICE SHUTOFF MORATORIUM

BE ADVISED that Executive Order 229 currently prohibits a local government from shutting off water or electric service to a residential customer, or to accounts primarily serving residential customers, due to nonpayment of water, sewer, or electric charges unless the disconnection is to prevent or ameliorate a risk to public health or safety. This shutoff moratorium remains in effect until January 1, 2022.  The Borough of Avon-By-The-Sea does not shut water off, however overdue accounts may be subject to tax sale.

LATE PAYMENT PENALTYAND LIEN ENFORCEMENT MORATORIUM

BE ADVISED that, until January 1, 2022, Executive Order 229 places a moratorium on local governments enforcing late payment charges and penalties on water or referring a delinquent water to tax sale. On or after January 1, 2022, charges and penalties may be imposed for delinquent payments, and any payments remaining delinquent may be referred to a tax lien sale held by the municipal tax collector.

BILL ASSISTANCE AND ARREARAGE FORGIVENESS PROGRAMS

The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) is currently developing a Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP). This program is designed to assist water and sewer customers facing economic hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Further information will be provided once the program goes live.

OPPORTUNITY TO REPAY ARREARAGES IN INSTALLMENTS

BE ADVISED that residents experiencing economic hardship during COVID-19 and who are behind on their water and sewer payments may be eligible to enter into an agreement whereby the resident agrees to pay their arrearages in installments over a period of time. As part of the agreement, the resident must keep up to date on all current charges. For more information on repaying arrearages in installments, contact Kerry McGuigan at 732-502-4510, ext. 233, or kmcguigan@avonbytheseanj.com.


WATER QUALITY REPORTS

2022 Water Quality Report
2021 Water Quality Report

Please note that the water quality report reflects the findings of the previous year

Emergency water or sewer related calls, please call either the Avon Borough office (732-502-4510) or the Avon Police Dept (732-502-4500). Questions on water/sewer bills please call the Avon Borough office at 732-502-4510.


Fire Hydrants are flushed twice a year in spring and fall. Dates for flushing are posted in businesses along Main Street and advertised in the Asbury Park Press and the Coast Star. Flushing of the hydrants may slightly discolor your water. This is not harmful. Please refrain from doing laundry on these days.

Things to remember:

  • Any internal leak, small or large, can add up to several gallons of wasted water. Repair all leaks promptly to avoid high bills.
  • Road Opening Permits are required anytime road excavations are done. These permits can be obtained from the Borough Office or click here to print out a form.
  • If you experience a sewer back-up, please call the water department at 732-502-4506 during normal office hours or the Avon Police at 732-502-4500 after regular hours and on holidays, before calling a sewer contractor. We will inspect the Borough's main and let you know if a contractor is needed.
  • List of items to dispose in trash, NOT the sewer system: Click here!

Click here for the "Water for Building Purposes" application
Water/Sewer bills are due April 1st, June 1st, October 1st and December 1st with a ten (10) day grace period.
Note: Due dates are subject to change.