Water bills in Rincon are taking on a new look and a new form. Instead of a postcard-sized bill, the new statements will be a page-long, and will include more than just what a Rincon water and sewer customer owes.
The new bills will give customers better itemization of their usage, and they also will enable the city to provide information and updates on goings-on with the city. Rincon City Manager Wesley Corbitt said the new bills will give customers better detail on how much water they’ve used, better history of their usage and allow for better communication between the city and its customers.
The new bills will cost a little more to print and send, Corbitt said, and the city also hopes to go to emailed bills in the future.
“There are some good things going on with our water bills,” he said.