Important Information


Payment Options!

We offer payment options to all of our customers.

With winter just around the corner many or our customers will leave for warmer weather ...ACH is the answer for making your payments on time.

1. ACH recuring payments (saves time and need to worry when on vacation or gone for the winter)..never have a late fee again!

2. online bill pay through our website.

3. check or money order through the mail.

4. Check or money order at our drop box ...1717 RT Dunn dr. Suite C

If you are interested in ACH please call for an ACH form and info to be sent to you.




New rates for 2013/2017

$20.90 minimum   0- 1500 gal.

$10.20 per 1000 gal over minimum.

In person payments: Our office located at 1717 RT Dunn Dr. , Suite C, Bloomington. There is a drop box available for payments - this is available 24 hrs/day


BTPWD, P.O.Box 1291 Bloomington IL, 61702-1291

See Information Section of Website for ACH and E-Bill info.

How to Read Your Monthly Bill

One of the most common customer service issues that BTPWD receives deals with understanding your monthly bill. Click here to follow a link to our helpful tutorial on understanding your monthly bill.

***Boiling Water No Longer Required***

DATE: 7:30am, May 15, 2019
TO: West Phase Customers
FROM: Micah Stickling, District Manager

A malfunctioning control valve prevented water from refilling the water tower and let water pressure drop below 20psi thereby requiring a BOIL ORDER.

Corrective actions have already taken place and water pressure has been restored. As required by the IEPA for low pressure situations, water samples have been tested and confirmed to be free of coliform bacteria by a certified laboratory. You may return to normal use of your water service.

Please call our Office Answering Service at 309-823-0211 if you have any questions. The Bloomington Township Public Water District apologizes for any inconvenience.

Micah Stickling
District Manager
Bloomington Township Public Water District

*** Public Water Supply Boil Order in Affect ***

DATE: May 13, 2019 11:45 PM
TO: All West Phase Customers
(West Bloomington, west of Mitsubishi Motorway / US 150)
FROM: Micah Stickling, District Manager, BTPWD

SUBJECT: BOIL ORDER. A malfunctioning control valve prevented water from refilling the water tower and let water pressure drop below 20 psi thereby requiring the BOIL ORDER. Corrective actions have already taken place and water pressure has been restored. All West Phase customers should boil water at least 5 minutes before using. The BOIL ORDER will remain in effect until laboratory sampling confirms that water quality has been fully restored. This will be Tuesday afternoon (5-14-2019) at the earliest. You will receive notification at that time. Please call our office answering service at 309-823-0211 if you have any questions or need further information.

BTPWD is a small water district providing customers who live West, South and Southeast of Bloomington, Illinois with safe and clean water. For more information on how BTPWD came about, visit our About Us page. BTPWD purchases water from the City of Bloomington and resells it to our customers who otherwise would not be able to get city water because they are outside of the Bloomington City limits.

The BTPWD Board of Trustees meets every second Tuesday of the month and all meetings are open to the public. Meetings are held at 6:45 PM at 1717 RT Dunn Dr. Suite C Bloomington IL. If you would like to attend and would like further details please contact us.

For any questions concerning BTPWD, your service, your bill or information about becoming a new customer please contact the office.

In 2005 the Bloomington and Normal Water Reclamation District (BNWRD) brought a new Waste Water Treatment Plant on-line to meet the demands of Bloomingtons growth. Since the BNWRD main interceptor sewer travels through BTPWD near the Crestwicke Country Club area, then south to the new Waste Water Treatment Plant, it provided an opportunity for BTPWD to provide sanitary sewage collection services to existing customers adjacent to the interceptor sewer. BTPWD was petitioned by land owners to take on this new role to allow for expanded utility service.

For more information or questions on how to become a new customer for the Bloomington Township Sanitation District please contact District Manager.

Thank you for visiting the BTPWD Web Site and please let us know if you have any suggestions or comments. Send message

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