Norfolk County is encouraging residents to switch to paperless billing for their water bills.

Switching from paper to electronic statements will help Norfolk County take a step toward greater environmental responsibility by reducing paper waste. And for residents, electronic statements can lessen unwanted clutter and paperwork. It is a better option for users and for the environment.

Mailing water bills to residents costs Norfolk County upwards of $100,000 per year, so a switch to paperless will also save money.

Creating an online account will allow customers to view and analyze water usage data, view and pay bills online, and review transaction and payment history. Users can create a username by visiting and referring to their most recent paper water bill.

Residents who register for paperless billing before October 31, 2020 will be entered into a draw to win a rain barrel.