The City of Warwick has started sending out water and sewer bills, along with delinquent notices to thousands of residents. Customers with delinquent accounts have been given a warning about shutting off services. In the past, customers could enter a payment plan to avoid shut off if they put 50% of what they owed down. The Mayor has since reduced that number to 25%.
To assist residents with outstanding bills, Westbay Community Action is offering to help. To find out if they qualify, residents can call 401-732-4660.
“We have a number of ways the city can work with customers to get their accounts in good standing. I know how tough it’s been during this pandemic and we are here to help. We will not be shutting off service to those who make a payment arrangement.“ said Mayor Frank Picozzi.