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Sewer and water billing for Lyon Township is done quarterly.  Effective February 16, 2013, the sewer rate each quarter is $115.78 per REU (residential equivalent unit). 

Sewer and water bills are addressed to "Occupant".

The following table gives information regarding the utility billing cycle:

Billing Cycle Date Billed* Date Due*
Feb 16 - May 15 May 20 June 20
May 16 - Aug 15 August 20 September 20
Aug 16 - Nov 15 November 20 December 20
Nov 16 - Feb 15 February 20 March 20

*Billing dates and due dates will be adjusted as necessary if those dates fall on a weekend or holiday.

Bills not paid by the due date will have an interest penalty of 10% added to the amount due.

Sample Utility Bill 2

Checks should be made payable to the Lyon Township Treasurer. Payment can be mailed or brought to the Township Hall at 58000 Grand River, New Hudson, MI 48165.If you wish to deliver payment while the Township Hall is closed, there is a drop box located on the circular drive in front of the building.

Paperless Billing:
If you would like to receive your bill every quarter via email, please contact Melanie Mullin at 248-437-2240 or via email at mmullin@lyontwp.org to make your request.

If you are moving it is important to note that the township does not issue a final water bill or final meter read.  

There are several ways to pay your bill with Lyon Township.  You may pay your bill in person at the Lyon Township Hall with cash, check  or credit card (convenience fee charged with a credit care payment) or use the drop box located at the circle drive of the township office.  

Submitting your payment by mail:  Mail your check and payment coupon to our processing center:
Lyon Township
58000 Grand River Ave
New Hudson, MI 48165

For online payments through your bank:  Please allow 5 business days for delivery. Enter your compete account number (location id) including all dashes and zeros.  Payment is recorded on the date it is received, not the check date.

To pay online using a credit card:  www.accessmygov.com offers options for paying your bill online using a credit card or e-check.  A convenience fee is charged for processing all payments.
Pay Sewer & Water Bill

One way that you can keep an eye on your water usage is to read your meter regularly.  Most of the homes that are connected to the Township water supply will find their meters in the basement.  As you will see in the diagram, the meter head looks similar to a car odometer.  The standard meters can be read by using the first four numbers on the left.  These four numbers can be subtracted from your current bill to get the number of units.

The red triangle under the N in Neptune is a low flow detector.  If this triangle is spinning, that will tell a resident that there is a small amount of water being used, which could be helpful in determining leaks in the home.

Meter Image Meter Image 2