Advantages & Locations
The Valparaiso City Utilities operates three Bulk Water ATMs. All Bulk Water ATMs accept the following payments:
- Visa/Mastercard/Discover/American Express
- Apple Pay
- Google Pay
To create an account with Portapay please follow the instructions below:
Click "Create New Account," and use PAL8530 as your location number
Once you complete and submit your information, a confirmation email will be sent to you. Click the link to confirm your email address.
Login at Portapay.com and make a payment using the "Manage Funds" page
- Use the access number and PIN on the Access Numbers page to login at the station and draw water
- Cost is $5 per 1,000 gallons
Questions? Give us a call for more information at (219) 462-6174.
Bulk Water ATM #1is located at 805 Silhavy Rd. on the corner of Silhavy Rd and Evans Ave.
From Highway 30 turn north on Sturdy Road. Follow Sturdy Road to LaPorte Avenue.
Turn East on LaPorte Avenue and continue on LaPorte Avenue to Silhavy Road, just past the Target / Kohl’s shopping complex.
Turn North on Silhavy Road.
After crossing the railroad tracks, the facility is on the immediate left at the water tower located at Evans Avenue and Silhavy Road
Bulk Water ATM #2is located at 2100 Wesley Rd at the Flint Lake Water Treatment Plant off of Calumet Avenue.
From the 49 Bypass, go west on Burlington Beach Road (500 North) to the intersection of Calumet Avenue and 500 North.
Turn north on Calumet Avenue and continue approximately one-third of a mile until you reach Lakeview Road, just north of Wesley Road.
Turn on Lakeview Road. The ATM is just south of Lakeview Road and east of Flint Lake Plant II and Flint Lake Tank.
Bulk Water ATM #3is located at 1995 SR 2 across the street from the entrance to Essex Park Subdivision:
From the 49 Bypass, go west on U.S. Highway 30 to the intersection of U.S. Highway 30 / State Road 2 / Washington Street (look for Walgreen’s on the northwest corner).
Turn south on State Road 2.
Continue approximately one mile on State Road 2.
The entrance is directly across the street from Essex Park Subdivision.