KKW is are aware of a few error messages being populated by our new online customer portal. We are currently working at getting these issues resolved. We will be communicating with you once the errors have been fixed.
If you were on auto pay or paperless prior to January 8, 2023 there is no need to worry this will continue moving forward.
Thank you for your patience.
Customer Service/Billing Team
The Board of Trustees of the Kennebunk, Kennebunkport and Wells Water District will meet on Wednesday, January 25, 2023. The meeting will be held at 2:00 pm in the Conference Room of the Office Complex, 92 Main Street, Kennebunk.
Wayne A. Brockway, Clerk
As of today, you will notice that we have a new customer portal where you can manage your account and pay your bill.
- If you are currently registered, you will need to register again.
- If you are not registered, please do so.
Being registered allows you to have the additional security of managing your own financial information. You will be able to update your account with new bank account numbers, debit/credit cards, personalize your payment dates and have access to historical billing and payment information.
If you choose to Check out with Quick Pay and not Register Now your access to information will be limited and your ability to make changes will not be available.
Once you receive your next bill from us, you can register your account. You will need two pieces of information that can be found on your next bill and they look like this:
As always, if you have any difficulty registering your water account, please click here. The Customer Service team is also happy to assist you. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our Business Office at 207.985.3385.
Thank you for using our online payment options. We look forward to providing you with the best possible access to information and exceptional customer service.
The KK&W Water District Newsletter & Annual Consumer Confidence Report
Volume 20 No.2 "What's On Tap" Summer 2022 newsletter.
- Message from the Superintendent
- 2021 Consumer Confidence Report - Drinking Water Information
- Water Conservation 101