Water and Sewer bills are payable at City Hall located at: Richmond City Hall 36725 Division Road Richmond, MI 48062
City of Richmond Water and Sewer bills can also be paid online by clicking here
AVAILABLE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
Macomb County COVID Emergency Rental Assistance (CERA) Program
Macomb County is offering a COVID Emergency Rental Assistance (CERA) Program to eligible renters in Macomb County. Through this program, eligible renters in Macomb County may receive:
Up to 10-12 Months of past-due rental assistance
Up to 3 months of future rental assistance
Up to $2,500 past-due or future utility assistance
a $300 flat fee home internet stipend
Contact Macomb County for more information regarding this program at (586) 469-7900 or click here to visit the CERA webpage.
Macomb County Community Action Program: Utility, Rent and Mortgage Assistance
Income-eligible Macomb County residents facing the following circumstances may be assisted tin resolving their emergency:
utility shut off
Eligibility and guidelines will vary based on available programs. For more information or to find out if you are eligible, contact your local Action Center or click here to visit their website.
Income eligible Macomb County residents facing utility shut off may be assisted in resolving their emergency. Utility assistance may be available for electric service, natural gas service and deliverable fuels used to heat the home.
Eligibility and guidelines will vary based on available programs. Documentation for program eligibility is required. Contact your local community Action Center for more information about utility assistance or click here to visit their website.
Michigan Department of Health & Human Services Emergency Relief: Home, Utilities & Burial
Immediate help may be available if you are facing conditions of extreme hardship or emergencies threatening your health and safety. State Emergency Relief and the Weatherization Assistance Program combine financial assistance and contracts with a network of nonprofit organizations to help low-income households.
Emergency support is designed to maintain low-income households that are normally able to make ends meet but occasionally need help when unexpected emergency situations arise. Emergency support is not an appropriate solution to ongoing or chronic financial difficulties. For ongoing reductions to your energy expenses, be sure to check out the Weatherization Assistance Program.