The bulk water vendor is located on the south side of the DPW building. The vendor takes cash and coins and does not provide change. You will need your own 4" pipe to access.
25 cents for approx. 42 gal
$6 for approx. 1,000 gal
$30 for approx. 5,000 gal
The Village of Unionville provides the water and sewer services to the Village residents.
The Village bills users of its water and sewer system on a bi-monthly basis.
Village resident water rate:
Maintenance Fee: $41.72
Unit Charge: $4.32 per 1,000 gallons
Safe Drink Charge: $1.00
Village resident sewer rate:
Maintenance Fee: $20.88
Unit Charge: $2.00 per 1,000 gallons up to 10,000 gallons, $4.00 per 1,000 gallons over 10,000 gallons
New homeowners or landlords bringing in new tenants should contact the Village Clerk's office at 989-674-2244 to update billing information. When the responsibility of the water, sewer and trash accounts is to be in a new tenant's name, a $250 deposit will be required along with the Renter Responsible Party Form and a copy of the signed lease.
Active accounts have a base billing of $85.24 (which also includes trash and recycling services) for Village residents and businesses regardless of usage.
Fee for turning water on or off is $30.00
Utility bills will be sent out bimonthly on the following dates:
Utility bills not paid in full by the due date will incure a 10% late fee charge. Any bills not paid within 60 days of the billing date will be subject to shut off (30 days past due). The Village will send out a late notice/shut off notice around 15 days after your bill is due.
In the event that your services are shut off, a $30 turn on / turn off fee will be applied to your account.
The Village does not provide a special water meter or adjust sewer charges for filling swimming pools. Another option is to use a water hauling service to fill the pool.
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The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) has begun a statewide initiative to test drinking water from all public water supplies. The test is looking for a group of man made chemicals called per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). MDEQ is taking this precautionary step of testing these drinking water sources to determine if public health actions are needed.
The test results for the Village of Unionville water supply were non-detect.