****The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) has requested that the following Environmental Assessment be made available to residents of the Village of Burton. You can find the documentation here.
2017 Consumer Confidence Report
The BPA oversees the operations at the water and waste water treatment plants.
Board of Public Affairs Rules and Regulations
The BPA Clerk, Lisa Hernandez, will send quarterly water and sewer bills after the 21st of every February, May, August and November. Bills are then due by the 21st of the following month: March, June, September and December. Monthly bills will be sent out every month on the 21st. If you wish to be placed on the monthly billing, please send a written request to the Water and Sewer Clerk. Note: Your account must have a "$0" (zero) balance before you can switch billing plans.
All accounts not paid by the due date will have a 10% late fee added to them for each billing cycle they are late.
If you would like to submit a payment plan, please fill out the Payment Plan Form and send it in to the Office.
The Board of Public Affairs holds a meeting the second Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. on the second floor of the Burton Public Library.
Final Readings: All final readings of water/sewer accounts are done once a week. Please call the Office for more information, 440-834-4474.
Board of Public Affairs:
Curt Johnson, Board President
Board Members: Adam Miller, Nick Rundo
Charles "Skip" Boehnlein, Council Representative
Jake Neill -- Utilities Supervisor
Andy Hartman -- Assistant
Annual Water Quality Report
2018 Water/Sewer Rates
For questions about your bill, please call the water/sewer clerk at 440-834-4474.
Water and Sewer Payments
Water and sewer payments can be mailed in, or dropped in the white mailbox in the rear lot of the Library, marked, "Water/Sewer Payments". You can also bring them up to the Village Office (second floor, Library). If you would prefer, you can make a payment online. You'll need your account number (on your bill) and the amount you will be paying. Accessing the "E-Payment" screen works best from a laptop or desktop computer; those using a phone or tablet may experience delays. Simply select the red button marked, "Make an ePayment, below. The first time you use the service, you will be asked to set up an account, which can then be used for all future payments. *Please note that online payments are paid through a third party, which charges a charge of $0.34 per transaction as well as an additional fee of 3% of the total paid.