Office Hours: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm  Monday - Friday

CURRENT RATES (EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 2019)

OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE FEES: $129.00 PER QUARTER PER RESIDENTIAL EQUIVALENT UNIT ( R.E.U.) = SINGLE FAMILY HOME

REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT FUND FEES: $30.00 PER QUARTER = $10.00/MONTH/REU  

SEWER CONNECTION FEES: (PAYABLE IN FULL PRIOR TO CONNECTION) 

INDIAN/PICKEREL SEWER = $10,400 PER SINGLE FAMILY HOME

SPRINKLE RD. SEWER = $7,200 PER SINGLE FAMILY HOME

  • Homeowners or Contractors must contact the Authority Office prior to connecting to the public sewer system.

  • Lead locations are available at the Authority Office.

  • Guidelines and regulations apply.

MAKE A PAYMENT

BY MAIL:  To South County Sewer and Water Authority located at

7510 EAST Q AVE SCOTTS, MI 49088 (Make check payable to SCSWA)

WALK IN: Pay by cash or check (At address stated above)

Due to health concerns, the Authority office is closed, we ask for you to use the Drop Box located at Pavilion Township Hall.

ONLINE: Pay online at the following link: https://www.officialpayments.com

Go to "Local Payments" and follow the prompts using a Debit or Credit Card.

($4.95 Fee per $300 transaction)

 

  • 5% LATE FEES ARE APPLIED TO PAYMENTS AFTER DUE DATE.

 

THANK YOU FOR PROMPT PAYMENTS!!

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND - FINANCIAL INFORMATION

The Indian/Pickeral Lake system was constructed in 1997. The first 20 years, after the completion, the South County Sewer & Water Authority (SCSWA) focused on debt repayment of the  construction costs. In December of 2017, the final payment on the construction bond was paid off, from collection of sewer assessments, plus the $20.00/month debt service fee added to the quarterly user bill. 
In 2018 the SCSWA received a Asset Manangement Grant (SAW grant). Over the next 2-3 years, the Authority and Engineers from Wightman & Associates Inc., plan to develop and "Asset Management Plan" to determine when and what components will need rehabilitation or replacement. This plan will be available to public upon replacement. As part of the analysis (and grant conditions) the Authority must review rates and charges to ensure that adequate funding is in place for the upcoming repairs and replacement obligations.
Beginning in January of 2018, the Debt Service Fee has been replaced by a "Repair and Replacement" fee to provide for a portion of the upcoming repairs and replacements that will be identified through the Asset Management Plan, which is currently being developed.