Water and Sewer
Billing inquiries please call 732-462-1410
Joe Floudas, Superintendent 732-462-3502
The Water and Sewer Department is responsible for the maintenance, construction and customer billing for the Borough of Freehold’s Municipal Water and Municipal Sanitary Sewer systems.
Residents should contact the Borough before contacting a plumber if they have a water leak/sewer backup in order to determine who is responsible to make the repairs. Borough personnel are available to respond to water/sewer emergencies at any time day or night. After regular business hours, please call the Police Department at 732 462-1234, and they will notify Water/Sewer personnel.
Borough of Freehold – 2022 Annual Water Quality Report
Water and Sewer Bills are mailed out on a quarterly basis and are based on usage. Payment must be received within 30 days of the bill date to avoid additional charges. Payments can be made in person, by mail, or online using your checking acct., debit/credit card, or cash. Drop off payment and/make check payable to addressed below.
Borough of Freehold Water and Sewer Dept.
30 Mechanic St.
Freehold, NJ 07728
Returned check fee: $20
Click here to pay online: https://wipp.edmundsassoc.com/Wipp/?wippid=1316
Owners of swimming pools should notify the Water/Sewer Dept. before filling their pools. The meter will be read before and after the pool is filled, and in this way a credit may be issued for the water which did not enter into the sewer system. No sewer credits will be issued unless the meter is read. The meter read fee is $25 and in order to offset the cost of the fee at least 6,000 gallons must be used.
We perform flushing on all hydrants in the Borough of Freehold two times a year. Notice of flushing dates available in the newsletter and on our website.
Lead is not normally found in drinking water at the source. Typically, lead gets into your drinking water from the service lines, plumbing and fixtures that contain lead. As a result of corrosion, lead and other metals from the pipes slowly dissolve into the water. Many factors affect the amount of lead that leaches into the water, including lead content of pipes, fixtures, and solder, along with water temperature, pH and hardness. Lead is associated with adverse health impacts even at low levels, particularly in infants and children.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE: COVID-19 RATEPAYER RELIEF MEASURES
Ratepayer Notice: COVID-19 Relief Measures (English or Spanish)
Borough of Freehold Notice IMPORTANT MESSAGE COVID-19 RATEPAYER RELIEF MEASURES (English or Spanish)