View your water usage

You can now track your water use online and receive leak notices. This service is part of our commitment to provide you with the best tools to manager your water use and bill. Register today by clicking here.


STPUD Waives Late Fees and Service Disconnections

To assist customers during COVID-19, South Tahoe Public Utility District’s Board of Directors just approved waiving late fees for bills due at the end of March and suspending service disconnections for non-payments. For more information click here.

Flushing Wipes Causes Sewer Spills

We are seeing an increase in the number of disposable wipes in our wastewater system. These wipes clog up our system and are the main cause of sewer spills. Even wipes labeled “flushable” will clog pipes and interfere with sewage collection and treatment. Discard wipes in the trash, not the toilet. Help keep raw sewage out of our lake, rivers, and streams, by only flushing pee, poop and paper. Press release can be found here

Monthly Payments

Monthly Payments: While your water/sewer bill is due on a quarterly basis, it is easy to set up monthly payments.  You can set up online payments, pay by phone, or set up automatic payments through your bank. There is no fee to pay with a credit card. For more information click here.

District Administrative Office closed to the public.

Beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020 District Offices will be closed to the public. Staff will be working and available to assist you by phone (530) 544-6474 or by email at For more information please click here



The South Tahoe Public Utility District (“District”) will be accepting applications for appointment of a person to fill a vacant Board Member seat through December 4, 2020. Pursuant to the District’s Board of Directors Policy and applicable California law, the Directors will appoint a District resident to fill the vacant seat at a Special Board Meeting on Thursday, June 11, 2020, at 9:00 a.m. The appointed Board Member may run for election in the November 3, 2020, consolidated general election to maintain the seat for the next four year term. For more information click here.