The Baguio Water District has recently announced that they are operating on a limited workforce which took effect last September 28, 2021. This came after several of its personnel were quarantined due to COVID-19.
Communications for Baguio Water District
As a result of this, the management of the Baguio Water District is informing the public that any communication letters to be sent to their office must only be through e-mail and they will no longer accept hard/physical copies. Should you need to communicate with the Baguio Water District office, their email address is [email protected].
Baguio Water District Paying of Bills
For payments of water bills, the Baguio Water District main office will continue to accept payments through their tellers from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM only from Mondays to Saturdays.
For those who would opt for contactless and digital payment, you can pay your Baguio Water District bill through the following:
- 7-eleven bills payment through CLIQQ Mobile Application (during store hours only) .
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For those who would like to pay through physical payment centers aside from the BWD main office, Baguio Water District bills payment are accepted at the following payment centers:
- SM Mall Bills Payment Center (during store hours Mondays to Sundays)
- Savemore-Cedar Peak, Mabini Street (store hours Mondays to Sundays)
- Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP through ATM nationwide)
- Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) payment portal, via BWD website or at https://www.lbp-eservicescom/egps/portal/index.jsp
- USSC Super Service Store Baguio-Benguet Branches
- USSC – Abanao Square
- USSC – Bonifacio Street
- USSC – Baguio Center Mall
- USSC – General Luna
- USSC – Upper Session Road
- USSC – KM.5 Balili, La Trinidad
- USSC – Tiong San, La Trinidad
The Management of the Baguio Water District that while they are operating on a limited workforce, they are assuring the public and specifically their clients that the delivery of the basic services will not be hampered.
As of this week, Baguio City’s COVID-19 case remains to be at a high ranging from 250 to 300 cases or more recorded per day.