Welcome to the Official Website of PWSD #1 of Lincoln County

COVID-19 Office Policy

In an attempt to keep in-person customer contact to a minimum, our lobby is open for cash transactions and new customer accounts ONLY.

  • Please drop payments by check or money order into the green drop box at the curb in front of our building, both during working hours and after hours.  We check the box frequently during working hours.
  • Credit and debit card transactions can be made by phone or on our website.  There is no fee either way.
  • If you have any questions about your account, please call our office rather than stop in to discuss the matter in person.

PLEASE NOTE:  We are only allowing one person/party at a time in our lobby.  If you open the door and see someone already in the lobby, please wait outside or in your vehicle until they have exited the building.

Thank you very much for your continued cooperation to keep us all safe and healthy.

 

 

Bill Payment Options

We offer a wide variety of payment options to our customers. Please see the Bill Payment section under the Customer Service Tab above.  PLEASE NOTE:  If you choose to set up a FUTURE payment on our website, you must notify the office by phone, as we are not notified until the payment posts to your account.  All payment arrangements must be made by phone or in person by the account holder only.

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NEW KIDS' CORNER

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