South Davis Sewer District

The South Davis Sewer District (District) announces its new electronic Direct Pay Program.

District customers will have another way to pay their semi-annual sewer service bill. This system saves time and money by:

1. Eliminating the need to write a check twice a year.

2. Saving postage and envelope costs.

3. Avoiding a trip to the District's office to pay your bill.

Now you can have your payment automatically withdrawn from your bank account in January and July each year when the sewer service bills are sent out.


To enroll for Direct Deposit Pay, simply complete the Authorization Agreement, sign it, and attach a voided check and return it to the South Davis Sewer District

Direct Pay will take about thirty (30) days to set up after you sign up.


Your financial institution will automatically withdraw your payment from your bank or credit union account within five (5) days after the January and July bills are sent. Usually, your sewer service bill is sent within the first ten (10) days of January and July of each year.

On your bill you will see a note that says <<< DO NOT PAY THIS BILL, IT HAS BEEN DRAFTED>>> and that will be your reminder that funds will be transferred in a few days.

Terms and conditions

Customer may terminate this agreement for any reason by giving the South Davis Sewer District written notice of the Agreement's termination. Termination shall not be effective until three (3) business days after the South Davis Sewer District receives customer notice of termination.

Should customer desire to place a stop payment order on any future debit, customer may do so by giving the South Davis Sewer District notice at least four (4) business days before the January and July bills are sent.

If customer changes banks or credit unions, or bank or credit union accounts, or if customer moves and changes account number with the District, the customer must call to cancel, then a new signed Authorization Agreement must be filled out, signed, and submitted to the District.

Customer will pay a returned-item fee of $15 for any automatic debit entry that is returned to the District.

The District will reimburse the customer for any amount wrongfully debited from the customer's bank or credit union account. The District will not be liable for any other actual, incidental, consequential, or special damages resulting from any wrongful debit from the customer's bank or credit union accounts.

If you have any questions please call 801-295-3469

Download ACH Form Agreement