Association dues are billed monthly. Water and sewer charges are billed quarterly. Payments may be sent by check or paid online. You may elect to receive your invoices electronically.

If you have a question or disagreement with a charge, you should make payment as billed by the due date. A resolution of your question will be considered as quickly as possible. If it is decided that you are entitled to an adjustment or credit, it will appear on your next bill. Payment of the original bill by the due date will prevent late charges from being incurred.

Payments can be made via a recurring ACH or check to the Managing Agent, or paid online through the resident website which offers e-check and credit card payment options (small service fee applies for these two options).


Late Payments for Water and Sewer Charges:

  • Bills due to Somers Chase Water Works & Sewer Works are payable in full upon receipt.
  • Any bill not paid within 35 days of the date of invoice is subject to a late fee. Homeowners will be notified of the penalty. Late fees will accrue for each month that each dues amount remains unpaid.
  • Falling 90 days or more into arrears will result in discontinued services.
    • A notice of “Intent to Discontinue Service” will also be posted on the homeowner’s door.
    • Service will be discontinued and a lien placed on the homeowner’s property 72 hours thereafter.
    • Additional fees will be incurred for turning services off and on, in addition to legal and procedural fees.


Late Payments for SCHOA Dues

  • SCHOA dues are payable in full as of the first day of each month.
  • Any bill not paid within 35 days of the date of invoice is subject to a late fee. Homeowners will be notified of the penalty. Late fees will accrue for each month that each dues amount remains unpaid.
  • Homeowners in arrears lose SCHOA privileges (no access to the pool, clubhouse, or tennis court).
  • Falling 90 days or more into arrears will result in a lien placed on the homeowner's property.
  • Upon sale of a home, all outstanding SCHOA dues and late fees must be settled before or at closing.

Accounts that are in significant arrears may be turned over to a collection agency and credit reporting agencies may be notified.