Water & Utilities Billing
The Utilities Billing Department opens new accounts, close existing accounts, process utility bills and submit field crew service call requests.
To establish a new account, the property owner or tenant can submit the required documents below via email or bring them in person to the Utilities department at City Hall.
- Application for Service, completed and signed by owner or tenant
- Copy of Closing Statement (if owner) or lease (if tenant), signed
- Driver's License or state/government-issued picture ID
- Security Deposit (call for the deposit amount as it is based on the meter size; starts at $100.00)
- If a commercial property will be occupied, proof that the Certificate of Use was either applied for or issued is required
To close an existing account, the account holder must provide written notice using any of the following options. Please be sure to include the account number, service termination date, and the forwarding mailing address.
- Fax to 954-480-4277
- Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mail to: Utilities Billing, City of Deerfield Beach, 150 NE 2nd Ave, Deerfield Beach FL 33441
- In-person at City Hall by completing the request form
To update a mailing address requires written notice by fax, email, or mail to the Utilities department.
Utility payments can be made by mail; online via the City's website; by automatic fund transfer using a checking account; a financial institution's bill pay service; in person at City Hall's cashier window, and by drop box at City Hall (located by the picnic tables).
Application for Service
Termination of Existing Account
Automatic Fund Transfer Application
Request for Extension Letter
Lien Inquiry Form
The City of Deerfield Beach has been supporting water conservation efforts for years but believes now is the perfect time to encourage its water customers to make conservation a priority. We are offering rebates and free water conserving-devices to encourage you to make water conservation a priority as well For additional information regarding the conservation pays program and rebate incentives visit www.conservationpays.com .
We are also providing free, low-flow water faucet aerators and showerheads to residential customers. You must bring us your old showerhead in order to receive a new showerhead; however, you do not need to bring us your old aerators. We are also offering pre-rinse spray valves to commercial businesses. The showerheads and aerators may be picked up at the Utility Billing counter in City Hall, 150 NE 2 Avenue, and at the Utilities Maintenance Division located at 200 Goolsby Boulevard.
Want to upgrade your home irrigation system? Broward County now offers rebates for installation of EPA WaterSense-labeled smart irrigation controllers and pressure regulating spray bodies.
Broward County residents who have the intended goal of upgrading their inefficient sprinkler systems with EPA Watersense®-labeled weather-based timers and pressure regulating spray sprinkler bodies can now do so and receive a rebate!