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La Mesa Sewer Billing

Look up your current sewer charge amount here
by checking the "I accept" box to login and entering your 10-digit assessor's parcel number (APN) or the street address.  

The City discontinued bi-monthly billing for sewer on July 1, 2012.


PLEASE NOTE:  Sewer charges are now collected by the County of San Diego with your property taxes. 

Sewer charges can be also be found on the County's website on the Property Tax Services page.  Enter your 10-digit assessor's parcel number in the box and click the Begin Search button. Click on View Details.  The sewer charges can be found near the bottom of the page in the section called Fixed Charge Assessments.

A letter was mailed to La Mesa sewer customers with the amount of your sewer charges for the next fiscal year.  Please contact the City if you have not received the billing letter.

Sewer Service
Please note:  You do not need to contact the City to start or stop sewer service.  This will happen automatically when the change of ownership is recorded with the County. 

Your sewer charges are based on the amount of water used at your property during the winter months (November through April).  Water consumption information can be obtained by contacting Helix Water District.

Sewer Rates effective July 1, 2013 
Sewer rate information can be found in our Sewer Service Fees handout.

Billing Adjustments
To request an adjustment to your sewer charges, please review the City's Sewer Service Charge Adjustment Policy to see if you qualify. If you qualify for a billing adjustment, you must complete and submit the Adjustment Request Form.  

Submit your completed form to the City of La Mesa, Attention: Sewer Billing, 8130 Allison Ave., La Mesa, CA 91942 for review.  

Learn about our recent billing changes.
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La Mesa City Hall    8130 Allison Ave.    La Mesa, CA 91942    Ph: 619.463.6611