Posted on May 12, 2021To apply for a limited duration campaign sign permit, visit the Chesterfield County Community Development Division Enterprise Land Management (ELM) Citizen Access Portal. Read on...
The Chesterfield County Department of Utilities recognizes the impact that COVID-19, or the coronavirus, is having on our customers. For information regarding your water and wastewater service and the accommodations that we are providing at this time, see Utilities COVID-19 Information.
The Chesterfield County Department of Utilities’ first-floor customer service center is open with regular business hours. Learn more about available services and health and safety guidelines.
Chesterfield Utilities offers a residential companion meter for water and wastewater customers to measure outside water use separately. View additional information...
The Chesterfield County Utilities Department is a public water and wastewater utility that uses state-of-the-art technology to deliver the highest quality service to its customers. Learn more about the Chesterfield County Utilities Department.
Residential Customers, Homeowners & Tenants
- Pay My Bill Online
- Receive Paperless E-bills by registering in the Customer Portal
- Payment Methods and Past-Due Payments
- Moving in or Moving out
- High Usage and Leaks
- Calculate Your Water and Wastewater Bills (PDF)
- Residential Companion Meter for Irrigation Systems
- Water-wise Lawn and Landscape Care
- Help Relatives and Elders with Their Accounts (PDF)
- Prevent Sewer Backups (PDF)
- Prevent Frozen Pipes (PDF)
Commercial Customers & Developers
Drinking Water & Water Sources
Chesterfield County is fortunate to have three sources of drinking water: Swift Creek Reservoir, Lake Chesdin (Appomattox River Water Authority), and the James River.