Located on the first floor of the Citizens Square Building in Room 130 at 200 E. Berry Street in downtown Fort Wayne. The Center is fully accessible for persons with disabilities.
City Utilities offers the convenience of on-line bill payment. Click here to pay your bill on-line.
Hours: the Center is open for walk-in and call-in customers Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM until 5:30 PM.
By Phone: Call the Customer Relations Center at (260) 427-1234. English and Spanish speaking customer service representatives are available.
The wait time to reach a Customer Relations Representative may be shorter during off-peak times. For quicker service, please call between 7:30 and 8:00 a.m. or after 5:00 p.m. Also, Mondays, especially Mondays after long holiday weekends, are extremely busy.
City Utilties bills are available in large print or Braille for persons with a visual impairment. Ask for these or other accommodations at the Customer Relations Center.
Services Available at the Customer Relations Center
Start or terminate water and/or sewer service
In order to begin new water service with Fort Wayne City Utilities, customers must call the Customer Relations Center at (260) 427-1234 or sign up on-line .
Service turn-ons are completed as appointments are available.
Bill payment agreements/arrangements
Utility account information
Utility Rates and Charges
See Fort Wayne's current schedule of utility rates and charges on the Rates Page.
If you notice a large increase in your City Utilities bill and you haven't increased your water use, it could mean that you have a plumbing leak or that there is an issue with your water meter. Use this checklist from City Utilities to help determine if you may have a water leak.
Other Frequently Asked Questions
Have more questions about your bill, stormwater fees, sewer back-ups, or other utility-related issues? Learn more here...
Utility Rules and Regulations
All three of Fort Wayne's Utilities - Water, Sewer and Stormwater - are governed by a set of General Utility Rules and Regulations that have been adopted by the Board of Public Works or Stormwater Management Board. Each Utility may also be affected by resolutions or policies adopted by its governing board.