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You can make a one-time payment online using your bank account information, or with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover card. You will need your. If we are unable to read your water or electric meter(s), the bill for service people to make payments over the phone for things such as utility bills. Kroger, Meijer, Giant Eagle, Walgreens and others accept Columbus utility bill payments too. Access Electricity/Water/Sewer Online Payments.

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Online Utility Bill Payments

**IMPORTANT UPDATES**

Munis Citizen Self Service has been replaced with a new system from Paymentus. 

The City of Great Falls has transitioned to a new online payment system. To make a payment on your utility account, go to the Paymentus site. You will need to register for an account on the new system and link your utility account(s) to it. 

Please note:  If you have enrolled in bank drafting through our office, you do not need to sign up for Auto Pay on the website. If you do, your account will be drafted twice.

You can also still make a payment on your account, by mail, by dropping your payment off at the dropbox located at the Civic Center, by paying  through your financial institution, stopping by the Civic Center Finance window, or calling (406) 727-7660 to make a payment by telephone.  Thank you for your patience.    

Payment options:

You can:

  • Pay using Paymentus
  • mail in your payment,
  • drop your payment off at the dropbox located at the Civic Center,
  • pay through your financial institution's bill pay,
  • stop by the Civic Center Finance window,
  • or call (406) 727-7660 option 1 to make a payment by telephone. 

For any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Customer Service at (406) 727-7660 option 2.

Источник: https://greatfallsmt.net/finance/online-utility-bill-payments

Payment & Billing

General

What is MyAccount?

MyAccount allows you to fully manage your utility account online. This tool is available to all residential and commercial customers with a City of Tacoma utility account. You can use it to pay your bill online using a credit or debit card with the Visa, MasterCard or Discover logo, or by transferring money directly from your checking or savings account. You can also track your payments, view your bill and energy usage history, create a Budget Billing plan, enroll in paperless billing and access many other payment and budgeting options. Register today.

What web browsers are compatible with MyAccount?

MyAccount works with Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer 11 and Apple Safari.

Please note that if you use Internet Explorer 11, you may have difficulty using MyAccount if the browser is set to “compatibility view.” To solve this issue, please disable “compatibility view” by following the steps below:

  • Select the “Tools” option from the Internet Explorer menu bar at the top of the page
  • Click “Compatibility View settings”
  • Highlight “mytpu.org” from the box that lists the websites you’ve added to Compatibility View
  • Click the “Remove” button to the right
  • On that same screen, uncheck the following:
    • “Display intranet sites in Compatibility View”
      • “Use Microsoft compatibility lists”
  • Click the “Close” button

If you are running Windows 10 (or any version after 10) and Microsoft Edge is your default browser, you may experience stability issues with payment processing. To ensure a more seamless experience, add TPU’s payment partner, Trust Commerce, to your list of “Trusted Sites” by following the steps below:

  • Select the Microsoft Edge icon at the bottom of your screen
  • Open the “Internet Options” tab in Edge (to find this, click on the three small dots in the top right-hand corner of your browser)
  • Click the “Security” tab
  • Highlight “Trusted Sites”
  • Click the “Sites” button
  • In the “Add this website to the zone” field, enter: https://vault.trustcommerce.com
  • Click the “Add” button
  • Check the box for: “Require server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone”
  • Click “Close”
  • Click “OK”

Restart your computer for the change to take effect
To download a different web browser, follow either of the links below:

Download the latest version of Google Chrome

Download the latest version of Apple Safari

Is the MyAccount web page secure?

Absolutely. To confirm this, look for the padlock icon in the status bar of the web browser when submitting information. You should also see “https://” at the beginning of the URL address (as in https://myaccount.mytpu.org). This ensures the website is secure.

How do I view my bill?

You can access your bills for the past 24 months on the “Financial Overview” page. Choose the invoice date or the PDF icon for the bill you would like to view. You must have Adobe Reader installed on your computer to view your bill in the PDF format.

How can I change my garbage service online?

Garbage service is provided by the City of Tacoma’s Solid Waste department. For questions about garbage service, please contact the Solid Waste customer service department.

How can I get information on my City of Tacoma Tax and License account?

Tax and licensing is handled by the City of Tacoma. For information about your account, contact the Tax and Licensing department.

Registration

What information do I need to register for MyAccount?

You need to have your utility account number along with a valid email address and the name of the person listed first on your bill (the name listed first is the primary account holder). You will be asked to choose and answer three security questions that will be used to verify your identity should you ever forget your password.

If you need help with registration, please contact Customer Services at (253) 502-8600 or toll free at (800) 752-6745. Register an account today.

Can I choose my own user ID?

Yes. You can create your own user ID when you register your account. It is not case sensitive, must be between 6-20 characters and different than your email address and password. Once registered, you have the option of logging in with your user ID or your account number.

What are the password requirements for MyAccount?

For your security, passwords are case sensitive and must be 6-20 characters and include at least one letter and one number.

Can more than one person at the same address register for MyAccount?

No. The only person who can register for an account is the one is listed first on your utility bill (the primary account holder).

How do I register for MyAccount?

Visit MyTPU.org/MyAccount, select the “Register Account” button and follow the instructions.

Payments

Can I make a payment on someone else’s account?

Yes. If you have the utility account number, you can make a payment on any account using a Visa, MasterCard or Discover card by selecting the “Quick Pay” option on the MyAccount home page. This option does not require logging onto or registering for MyAccount. Find the Quick Pay option at MyTPU.org/MyAccount.

Will I receive a confirmation when I make a payment through Quick Pay?

Yes. You will have the option to either print the payment confirmation page or receive an email confirmation.

Is there a fee for making a payment with MyAccount?

No. There are no fees whether you pay with a credit or debit card, bank account or savings account.

What forms of payment can I use to pay my bills?

We accept all Visa, American Express, MasterCard and Discover credit or debit cards. You may also transfer money directly from your checking or savings account. You select the payment option when you pay your bill online.

How long will it take to process my payment?

Credit and debit card payments are processed immediately. Payments deducted from your checking or savings account can take up to three business days.

All bank account payments, including recurring AutoPay payments, deducted from your checking or savings account or paid with a credit or debit card will be posted to your utility account the date the bill is due.

Will I be able to view payments I’ve mailed in on MyAccount?

Yes. You can view all payments made to your account online, no matter how you made them.

What is AutoPay?

AutoPay is a convenient, automatic payment option that charges your account on the due date of your bill. You can pay your TPU bill automatically and securely from your bank account or with a credit or debit card with the Visa, American Express, MasterCard or Discover logo.

How can I change the bank account or credit or debit card I’m currently using for AutoPay?

If you are using a checking or savings account for AutoPay payments, you can change your existing bank account details by selecting the “edit” button for that bank account on the AutoPay screen.

If you are enrolled in AutoPay and would like to change your current payment method, you will first need to cancel the current service. Once cancelled, you can re-enroll in AutoPay with your new payment details. To do this, complete the following steps:

  • Select the “Payment options” tab from the menu
  • Select the “AutoPay” button
  • Select either the “Bank account(s)” or “Credit or debit card(s)” tab at the top of the screen
  • Select the account you would like to change
  • Read and check the box to accept the terms and conditions for the cancellation
  • Select the “Cancel AutoPay” button
  • Select either the “Bank account(s)” or “Credit or debit card(s)” tab at the top of the screen
  • If the new payment method is not currently on file, you will need to add your bank account or credit/debit card information by selecting the “Add New Bank Account” button or the “Add New Card” button
  • Follow the prompts and provide the payment details
  • Once your payment details are successfully stored, select the “Continue” button
  • Select either the “Bank account(s)” or “Credit or debit card(s)” tab at the top of the screen
  • Select the account you would like to use for enrollment
  • Read and check the box to accept the terms and conditions for enrollment
  • Choose the payment account from the drop down menu
  • Select the “Confirm” button
Payment Arrangements

Can I get an extension on my bill through MyAccount?

Yes. You can extend your due date by selecting the “Payment options” tab from the menu and choosing “Payment agreements.”

Can I view my payment agreements online?

Yes. You can view payment agreement details by selecting the “Payment options” tab from the menu and choosing “Payment agreements.”

If my due date falls on a weekend or holiday, when is the payment actually due?

Your payment will be due on the first business day following the weekend or holiday. Remember that credit and debit card payments are processed immediately, while payments made through your bank account may take up to three days to post.

Due Dates

Can I set my due date to be the same day each month?

Yes. You may also select an alternate due date by clicking the “Payment options” tab from the menu and choosing the option to “set alternate due date.” The alternate due date is based on when your meter is read and would take effect during your next billing cycle.

What if my alternate due date falls on a weekend or holiday?

The due date will be the first business day following the weekend or holiday.

How do I cancel my alternate due date?

You can cancel your alternate due date by contacting Customer Services at (253) 502-8600 or (800) 752-6745 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Billing

How do I enroll in paperless billing?

To receive notification of new bills via email only rather than through the mail, do the following in MyAccount:

  • Select the “Profile” tab from the menu
  • Choose “My profile”
  • Select the “Edit Profile” button
  • Scroll down to the “Billing options” section and select “Paperless bill”
  • Select the “Save Changes” button

This will enroll all your open accounts in paperless billing and you will receive an email with your bill details after each billing cycle.

Do I have to separately enroll in paperless billing for each of my accounts?

No. Enrolling in paperless billing will automatically apply to all your accounts.

Where can I find my power assistance pledge credit balance?

You can find the balance of your power assistance pledge credit on the first page of your bill in the upper right-hand corner.

Can I sign up to get reminders and other important messages from TPU?

Yes. You can sign-up to get email and/or text message reminders for the following:

  • Payment due dates
  • Payment agreement due dates
  • Upcoming AutoPay withdrawals
  • General communications from Tacoma Public Utilities

To sign up for email and/or text message reminders:

  • Select the “Profile” tab from the menu
  • Select “My profile”
  • Select the “Edit Profile” button
  • Scroll down to the “Message options” section and check the box(s) for your message preferences. You can choose both email and text messages
  • If you select a text message reminder, enter your mobile number and carrier
  • Read and check the box to accept the free service
    Select the “Save Changes” button
  • You can make changes or unsubscribe at any time.

Why didn’t I receive my message reminder?

Both your mobile carrier and phone number must be updated when you make a change, even if you are keeping the same mobile number.

How will I know if I have past due charges?

If you have past due charges or charges that will appear on your next bill, such as service establishment fees or late fees, a red triangle icon will display next to the amount shown in the “Current balance” field.

Managing Multiple Accounts

If I have more than one account, how do I manage them online?

Once you have logged in, choose the account that you would like to view or edit, then select the account number hyperlink from the overview. You can switch to a different account by choosing the “Select a different account” hyperlink at the top of the screen, or by selecting the “Account(s)” tab from the menu and choosing “Summary of accounts.”

If I have multiple accounts, can I still search for a specific account?

Yes. You can easily find a specific account number on the “Summary of Accounts” page by pressing the “Ctrl” button and the “F” button on your keyboard at the same time to activate the “Find” feature for your web browser. Type the account number in the “Find” field of the web browser and select the enter button. The account number that you’ve entered will be highlighted on the list of account numbers for easy reference.

Can I hide closed accounts from the Account Summary screen?

Yes. Accounts with a zero balance will automatically be hidden after 18 months from the date you closed your account.

I’m a business customer. Can I pay multiple accounts in a single transaction?

Yes. Our consolidated payment option allows business customers to pay multiple accounts in a single transaction using a Visa, MasterCard or Discover credit or debit card or a checking or savings account.

To use the “consolidated payment” option, do the following:

  • Select “consolidated payment” under the “Account” tab from the menu
  • Select a payment method
  • Select the “Continue” button
  • Check “Select all” to designate eligible accounts to pay or choose individual accounts
  • Select “Continue” button
  • Select the “Pay” button

Can I pay multiple accounts in a single transaction if I’m not a business customer?

Residential customers with multiple accounts can request access to the consolidated payment option by contacting Customer Services at (253) 502-8606, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

How are accounts displayed in the consolidated payment view?

Accounts are displayed by due date with the oldest date appearing first. Accounts with a zero balance or a credit balance will appear at the end. Ineligible accounts cannot be selected for payment on the website.

Can I change the payment amount when using consolidated payment?

Yes, but only if you are paying with a credit or debit card. Payments made with a bank account can only be made for the amount due.

Can I request additional payment confirmation emails when I use the consolidated payment option?

Yes. A confirmation email will automatically be sent to the email listed in “My Profile.” You may also request an electronic confirmation on the payment confirmation page.

Start, Stop or Transfer Service

Can I sign up for new service online if I’ve never been a TPU customer?

You can submit a request to start a new service by selecting the “Start Service” button on the home page at MyTPU.org/MyAccount. You will need the full name(s) and Social Security number(s) for yourself and your spouse or roommate(s), and the address where you would like to start service.

How do I start, stop or transfer service?

Once you’re logged in to MyAccount, select the “start or stop service” tab from the menu, choose the option that applies to you and follow the prompts.

Is there a fee to start or stop service?

There is a $21.60 service fee to start service, which will be added to your first bill. The amount is based on which utility service(s) is requested. There is no charge for stopping service.

Budget Billing

Budget Billing allows you to pay one consistent and predictable utility payment amount every month. Under this system, your monthly payments are calculated as follows:

  • We calculate your entire electricity bill for the past 12 months, divide by 12, and round to the nearest whole dollar.
  • We calculate your total water bill for the past 12 months, divide by 12, and round to the nearest whole dollar.
  • We calculate a fixed monthly charge for Solid Waste, Surface Water and Wastewater utility services, if applicable.

Then, every 12 months we will recalculate your monthly charge for the next 12 months based on the previous year’s data. All debits or credits from the previous budget billing term are divided by 12 and applied to next year’s budget amount.

How do I enroll in Budget Billing?

You can enroll in Budget Billing online through MyAccount. To enroll, do the following:

  • Select the “Payment options” tab from the menu
  • Select “Budget Billing Plan”
  • Select from the enrollment options and follow the prompts based on your selection
  • Read and accept the terms of agreement for the enrollment
  • Select the “Submit” button

Customers with a past due balance can also enroll in Budget Billing. We will simply build the balance into your monthly payments.

What accounts can I enroll in Budget Billing?

Budget Billing is currently available to residential customers with metered services only. If your enrollment request is close to your next billing date and you are having trouble enrolling, please try again after you’ve received your bill.

If you have an existing payment agreement or there is less than 12 months of usage history for the account, please contact Customer Services at (253) 502-8600 or (800) 752-6745 to learn about your options. The department is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Collections

My account is currently in collections. Who can I talk to about this?

If you received a letter from Professional Credit Services (PCS) or Municipal Services Bureau (MSB), credit and collections agencies we work with, please contact their offices directly to settle your unpaid debt. It is your responsibility to resolve the matter directly with the collection agency. We are unable to accept payments or make payment agreements on accounts currently in collections.

Both PCS and MSB have skilled staff waiting to help you settle your debt. Contact information is below.

Customers cannot open a new account until the amount in collections is paid in full.

Professional Credit Services (PCS)

866-320-6527

Hours:

Monday – Thursday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Friday – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Saturday – 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Municipal Services Bureau (MSB)

800-616-0166

Hours:

Monday – Thursday 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Saturday 6 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Источник: https://www.mytpu.org/payment-billing/

My Account/Billing

Ready to Pay Your Utility Bill Online?

Click for Step-by-Step Instructions on how to Register for an Online Utility Account Access

The City of Longmont Utility services include electricity, water, sewer, solid waste collection and storm drainage. Customer service representatives provide service information, schedule service connections, solve billing problems and secure payments on accounts.

NextLight™, Longmont’s broadband internet service from Longmont Power & Communications, is billed separately from other City services. If you are a NextLight customer, you can go here to pay your NextLight broadband bill. For any questions about NextLight, or to find out more about getting high-speed fiber-optic service to your home or business, please call NextLight customer support at 303-651-8386 or check out the NextLight page.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT UTILITY BILLING ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER CHANGES

When you update your billing address and phone numbers through the Utility Bill Pay website your information does not update our main Utility Billing System. Please call (303) 651-8664 during normal business hours with your utility billing account information so that we can make sure that we have your correct mailing address and phone number to contact you regarding city services.


Источник: https://www.longmontcolorado.gov/departments/departments-e-m/finance/utility-billing/my-account-billing

Pay Your Utility Bill

Payments


Customer Portal
To pay your City of High Point utility bill online, you may use our Customer Portalpowered by Paymentus. The Customer Portal offers options to make a quick one-time payment, or you can save your payment information so it will be readily available for you each month. These services are provided at no charge to you. Other options include eBill notifications via email or text and AutoPay (monthly credit/debit card draft).
  
  Pay A Utility Bill
   

Payment Methods


You can make your payment by using the following payment methods:
  • Electronic Draft from a Checking/Savings Account
  • Credit/Debit Card (VISA, MasterCard or Discover)

 

One-Time Payment


You can make a single payment quickly, easily and securely without having to store your financial information. To begin this process you will need to enter your:
  • City of High Point utility account number,
  • City of High Point PIN number (located at the top left of your bill)
  • Email address
  • Phone number

Register Through Customer Portal


Create your wallet and your financial information will be readily available for you each month when making a payment.

Payment Posting Times


Payments made before 5:30 p.m. (EST) Monday - Friday (except holidays) will be posted the same business day. Payments made at other times are posted the next business day after 5:30 p.m. (EST).

Past Due Accounts


Your bill is due when you receive it and becomes delinquent 35 days after the billing date.

Ways you may pay your bill:
  • Our 24-hour automated system by calling 336-883-3111 or call direct to 844-458-3698
  • Go to the Customer Portal online 
  • Visit or call one of our Customer Service offices at 211 S. Hamilton Street or 136 Northpoint Avenue. If you call us, we can take your payment by check or credit/debit card over the phone!
  • Any payment put in the night depository will be treated as a "next day" payment
  • Mail your payment to:
    City of High Point
    P. O. Box 10039
    High Point, NC 27261-3039

Источник: https://www.highpointnc.gov/330/Pay-Your-Utility-Bill

Thank you for using our online services site. 

Making an online payment once your water service has been disconnected does not automatically schedule the reconnection of your water service. All past-due bills, late penalties and deposits must be paid before services will be reconnected. All late penalties and fees associated with collections must be paid for services to be continued whether or not services were actually disconnected.

If your water service has been disconnected and you make a payment online to re-establish service, please e-mail us at [email protected] or call our customer service line at 205-248-5500 during our regular hours of operation (Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. - 5 p.m., excluding holidays) and speak with a customer service representative to schedule an appointment to reconnect water service.

If you have any questions regarding this policy or if you need assistance using this site, please contact our customer service department at 205-248-5500.

In order to review your account information, check your consumption history or make an online payment, click on the link below in order to proceed to account services.

Источник: https://www.tuscaloosa.com/pay-water-bill

How to Pay

New Look to Water and Wastewater Bill

Customer Service Information and Operational Changes for COVID-19

You can make payments online, by phone or mail, or in person. If you need help setting up an account, have questions about your bill, or would like to learn more about your options if you cannot pay your bill in full, please contact Customer Service.

To make a payment, you will need your account number, which is located on your water and wastewater bill. View a Sample Bill to see where your account number is located. Please note that if you wish to pay using a credit or debit card, you will be charged a convenience fee of 2.25%. We currently accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

For answers to frequently asked questions about billing, visit Billing FAQs.

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Sign up for a My DEP Account

To pay your bill online, you can register for a My DEP Account. A My DEP Account is free and allows you to:

  • pay your bill online
  • receive your bills electronically
  • review your billing history
  • view and print your current bill or retrieve and print past bills
  • track your water usage and sign up for online leak notifications
  • submit forms online and track their status

To get started, head over to the My DEP Account login page and click “Sign-up” and then follow the prompts. Please note that to complete the sign-up process, you will need to enter your account number and your activation token, both of which are located on your water and wastewater bill. View a Sample Bill to see where you can locate your account number and activation token.

To avoid a debit block, we encourage corporate customers to contact their bank to add Paymentus Originator ID: 1020401225 to their exception list.

How To Pay Video Tutorials

Use our How to Pay Video Tutorials to learn more about setting up your My DEP Account.

Online Quick Pay

If you prefer not to sign up for a My DEP Account, you can pay online using our QuickPay system to make a one-time payment. Payments will be credited to your account the next business day.

Pay by Phone: (866) 622-8292

24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Customers can pay their bill over the phone by calling 866-622-8292. This automated payment service allows customers to pay their bill quickly and efficiently by using a checking account, credit card, or debit card.* Customers can pay their bill over the phone at no cost by using their checking or savings account.

*Please note that if you wish to pay your bill using a credit or debit card, you will be charged a convenience fee of 2.25%. We currently accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

DEP Borough Offices

You can pay in person with check, money order, or credit card at one of our Borough Offices. For office hours and locations, visit Customer Service.

NYC Department of Finance Business Centers

You can pay in person with cash, check, or money order at an NYC Department of Finance Business Center. For office hours and locations, visit the NYC Department of Finance website.

Use the return envelope sent along with your bill. Checks or money orders should be made payable to NYC Water Board. Simply enclose the bill stub with your check or money order, put a stamp on the envelope and mail to:

NYC Water Board
P.O. Box 11863
Newark, NJ 07101-8163

Источник: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/dep/pay-my-bills/how-to-pay.page

Use our online portal


Register with EWEB's customer portal

EWEB's online customer portal gives you features and tools for securely managing your personal and business accounts from any device.

Learn more about the online customer portal.

Register Today

Make a guest payment without an online account

You can make an online payment with your Visa, Mastercard or checking account without registering or logging in. You will need your EWEB account number, which is available at the top of your bill or your "bill-ready" email.

Guest Payment

Pay by phone

Pay by phone with a Visa, MasterCard, or checking account 24 hours a day using our automated pay-by-phone system.

Call 541-685-7000 and press option one.  Have your EWEB account number ready.

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Pay by mail

Mail your payment, along with your bill stub, to our payment-processing center:

Eugene Water & Electric Board
PO Box 35192
Seattle, WA 98124-5192


Pay in person

To pay your bill in person, please visit one of the following locations:
  

Secure drop box outside of our headquarters at 500 E. 4th Ave. in Eugene.
Hours: 24/7
Payment types accepted: check, money order, cashier's check  

UPS Store, 1574 Coburg Rd. in Eugene.
For hours, call 541-686-0233.
Payment types accepted: check, money order, cashier's check

Источник: http://www.eweb.org/

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How to Pay the Water Bill

Payment Options


Paying your electric bill should be simple. That’s why MID offers many convenient ways for you to pay your bill.

By Phone  

Make a payment by credit or debit card or check your balance by phone FREE of charge. Anytime. Payments made after 5pm will be credited to your account the following business day.

1-209-526-7337 or
1-888-335-1643 toll-free

Online  

View your current balance or make a payment online. Residential customers can pay with Discover, Visa and MasterCard credit or debit cards. Non-residential customers can pay with a checking or savings account.

Sign up or Sign in to access your MID account.

In Person  

MID Office - MAP
what is a trust company coldwell banker northstar 1231 11th St, Modesto, CA 95354
(Mon-Fri. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

Payment Drop Box - MAP
Located outside in front of the MID Office
1231 11th St, Modesto, CA 95354

Payment Kiosks  

Kiosks accept cash or credit card only. Please call the pay station before visiting to verify days and hours of operation.

Modesto - 4 Locations

MID Office - MAP
Located inside of the MID Office
1231 11th St, Modesto, CA 95354
(Mon-Fri. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

Super Mercado Del Sol - MAP
950 Kansas Ave, Modesto, CA 95351
(209) 575-1389

O'Brien's Market - MAP
839 W Roseburg Ave, Modesto, CA 95350
(209) 524-9234

O'Brien's Market - MAP
4120 Dale Rd., Modesto, CA 95356
(209) 545-8100

Riverbank - 1 Location

Tracy - 1 Location

Waterford - 1 Location

By Mail  

Write your account number on your check or money order, include your payment stub if possible and send to:

Modesto Irrigation District
P.O. Box 5355
Modesto, CA 95352-5355

Источник: https://www.mid.org/yourhome/account/payops.htm

Thank you for using our central pacific bank atm locations services site. 

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If your water service has been disconnected and you make a payment online to re-establish service, please e-mail us at [email protected] or call our customer service line at 205-248-5500 during our regular hours of operation (Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. - 5 p.m., excluding holidays) water and power pay bill speak with a customer service representative to schedule an appointment to reconnect water service.

If you have any questions regarding this policy or if you need assistance using this site, please contact our customer service department at 205-248-5500.

In order to review your account information, check your consumption history or make an online payment, click on the link below in order to proceed to account services.

Источник: https://www.tuscaloosa.com/pay-water-bill

PAY YOUR UTILITY BILL HERE

Municipal Light & Water Department – Services

Municipal Light & Water is responsible for providing customer service for electric, water and sewer customers. The customer service personnel are available to answer questions customers have regarding their utility bills and to process orders for transfer of service for utility customers that are moving.

To provide this service, Municipal Light & Water has on staff meter readers who read the customer’s electric and water meters, a clerical staff for verifying and rendering water and power pay bill bills and processing utility payments. As a convenience to our customers, utility bills sent from our office include a return self addressed envelope for customers to use if paying by mail. These envelopes require no addressing. Customers can either mail their payments to P.O. Box 490 or drop them off at the office located at 201 West 3rd Street (corner water and power pay bill 3rd and Vine). Our office is staffed from 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday. Customers arriving after normal business hours can use the night depository. We provide a drive-through service window for your convenience and we have online bill paying at eCare. For customers who need to reach us in case of emergency or after hours, our phones are answered 24 hours a day. We also offer a budget billing program, an automatic bank withdrawal or payment by credit card. If you would like to take advantage of either of these programs, please call our Customer service personnel at (308) 535-6740.

Peak Usage Billable Hours

By curtailing electric usage, the City of North Platte can help Nebraska Public Power District use our energy resources wisely.  With curtailment we help reduce the need to buy power on the open market, postpone the building of new power plants, and do our part in keeping electric rates low.

North Platte’s peak conditions for the winter season (October through May) are during subzero temperatures with wind chills, from 8 through 10 am and 6 through 10 pm.  Billable hours from Nebraska Public Power District to City of North Platte are 8 am thru 10 pm, Monday thru Saturday.

North Platte’s summer peak conditions (June through September) revolve around air conditioning, water usage and daily billable hours.  Historically, peak usage hours are from 3 through 8 pm, when temperatures reach 95 degrees and higher.  Summer billable hours are administered daily by Nebraska Public Power District to the City of North Platte, Sunday through Saturday.

Daily billable hours

Illicit Discharge Incident Form

Illicit discharge is any intentional or unintentional dumping of any substance other than storm water or fire suppression water into a municipal storm drainage system. All citizens are encouraged to report incidents involving illicit discharge and activities related to illegal dumping.

Illicit Discharge Hotline Form

Источник: https://www.ci.north-platte.ne.us/utilities/

Payment & Billing

General

What is MyAccount?

MyAccount allows you to fully manage your utility account online. This tool is available to all residential and commercial customers with a City of Tacoma utility account. You can use it to pay your bill online using a credit or debit card with the Visa, MasterCard or Discover logo, or by transferring money directly from your checking or savings account. You can also track your payments, view your bill and energy usage history, create a Budget Billing plan, enroll in paperless billing and access many other payment and budgeting options. Register today.

What web browsers are compatible with MyAccount?

MyAccount works with Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer 11 and Apple Safari.

Please note that if you use Internet Explorer 11, you may have difficulty using MyAccount if the browser is set to “compatibility view.” To solve this issue, please disable “compatibility view” by following the steps below:

  • Select the “Tools” option from the Internet Explorer menu bar at the top of the page
  • Click “Compatibility View settings”
  • Highlight “mytpu.org” from the box that lists the websites you’ve added to Compatibility View
  • Click the “Remove” button to the right
  • On that same screen, uncheck the following:
    • “Display intranet sites in Compatibility View”
      • “Use Microsoft compatibility lists”
  • Click the “Close” button

If you are running Windows 10 (or any version after 10) and Microsoft Edge is your default browser, you may experience stability issues with payment processing. To ensure a more seamless experience, add TPU’s payment partner, Trust Commerce, to your list of “Trusted Sites” by following the steps below:

  • Select the Microsoft Edge icon at the bottom of your screen
  • Open the “Internet Options” tab in Edge (to find this, click on the three small dots in the top right-hand corner of your browser)
  • Click the “Security” tab
  • Highlight “Trusted Sites”
  • Click the bank of the west 24 hour number button
  • In the “Add this website to the zone” field, enter: https://vault.trustcommerce.com
  • Click the “Add” button
  • Check the box for: “Require server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone”
  • Click “Close”
  • Click “OK”

Restart your computer for the change to take effect
To download a different web browser, follow either of the links below:

Download the latest version of Google Chrome

Download the latest version of Apple Safari

Is the MyAccount web page secure?

Absolutely. To confirm this, look for the padlock icon in the status bar of the web browser when submitting information. You should also water and power pay bill “https://” at the beginning of the URL address (as in https://myaccount.mytpu.org). This ensures the website is secure.

How do I view my bill?

You can boone county high school basketball your bills for the past 24 months on the “Financial Overview” page. Choose the invoice date or the PDF icon for the bill you would like to view. You must have Adobe Reader installed on your computer to view your bill in the PDF format.

How can I change my garbage service online?

Garbage service is provided by the City of Tacoma’s Solid Waste department. For questions about garbage service, please contact the Solid Waste customer service department.

How can I get information on my City of Tacoma Tax and License account?

Tax and licensing is handled by the City of Tacoma. For information about your account, contact the Tax and Licensing department.

Registration

What information do I need to register for MyAccount?

You need to have your utility account number along with a valid email address and the name of the person listed first on your bill (the name listed first is the primary account holder). You will be asked to choose and answer three security questions that will be used to verify your identity should you ever forget your password.

If you need help with registration, please contact Customer Services at (253) 502-8600 or toll free at (800) 752-6745. Register an account today.

Can I choose my own user ID?

Yes. You can create your own user ID when you register your account. It citizens bank wire aba number not case sensitive, must be between 6-20 characters and different than capital one won t let me log in email address and password. Once registered, you have the option of logging in with your user ID or your account number.

What are the password requirements for MyAccount?

For your security, passwords are case sensitive and must be 6-20 characters and include at least one letter and one number.

Can more than one person at the same address register for MyAccount?

No. The water and power pay bill person who can register for an account is the one is listed first on your utility bill (the primary account holder).

How do I register for MyAccount?

Visit MyTPU.org/MyAccount, select the “Register Account” button and follow the instructions.

Payments

Can I make a payment on someone else’s account?

Yes. If you have the utility account number, you can make a payment on any account using a Visa, MasterCard or Discover card by selecting the “Quick Pay” option on the MyAccount home page. This option does not require logging onto or registering for MyAccount. Find the Quick Pay option at MyTPU.org/MyAccount.

Will I receive a confirmation when I make a payment through Quick Pay?

Yes. You will have the option to either print the payment confirmation page or receive an email confirmation.

Is there a fee for making a payment with MyAccount?

No. There are no fees whether you pay with a credit or debit card, bank account or savings account.

What forms of payment can I use to pay my bills?

We accept all Visa, American Express, MasterCard and Discover credit or debit cards. You may also transfer money directly from your checking or savings account. You select the payment option when you pay your bill online.

How long will it take to process my payment?

Credit and debit card payments are processed immediately. Payments deducted from your checking or savings account can take up to three business days.

All bank account payments, including recurring AutoPay payments, deducted from your checking or savings account or paid with a credit or debit card will be posted to your utility account the date the bill is due.

Will I be able to view payments I’ve mailed in on MyAccount?

Yes. You can view all payments made to your account online, no matter how you made them.

What is AutoPay?

AutoPay is a convenient, automatic payment option that charges your account on the due date of your bill. You can pay your TPU bill automatically and securely from your bank account or with a credit or debit card with the Visa, American Express, MasterCard or Discover logo.

How can I change the bank account or credit or debit card I’m currently using for AutoPay?

If you are using a checking or savings account for AutoPay payments, you can change your existing bank account details by selecting the “edit” button for that bank account on the AutoPay screen.

If you are enrolled in AutoPay and would like to change your current payment method, you will first need to cancel the current service. Once cancelled, you can re-enroll in AutoPay with your new payment details. To do this, complete the following steps:

  • Select the “Payment options” tab from the menu
  • Select the “AutoPay” button
  • Select either the “Bank account(s)” or “Credit or debit card(s)” tab at the top of the screen
  • Select the account you would like to change
  • Read and check the box to accept the terms and conditions for the cancellation
  • Select the “Cancel AutoPay” button
  • Select either the “Bank account(s)” or “Credit or debit card(s)” tab at the top of the screen
  • If the new payment method is not currently on file, you will need to add your bank account or credit/debit card information by selecting the “Add New Bank Account” button or the “Add New Card” button
  • Follow the prompts and provide the payment details
  • Once your payment details are successfully stored, select the “Continue” button
  • Select either the “Bank account(s)” or “Credit or debit card(s)” tab at the top of the screen
  • Select the account you would like to use for enrollment
  • Read and check the box to accept the terms and conditions for enrollment
  • Choose the payment account from the drop down menu
  • Select the “Confirm” button
Payment Arrangements

Can I get an extension on my bill through MyAccount?

Yes. You can extend your due date by selecting the “Payment options” tab from the menu and choosing “Payment agreements.”

Can I view my payment agreements online?

Yes. You can view payment agreement details by selecting the “Payment options” tab from the menu and choosing “Payment agreements.”

If my due date falls on a weekend or holiday, when is the payment actually due?

Your payment will be due on the first business day following the weekend or holiday. Remember that credit and debit card payments are processed immediately, while payments made through your bank account may take up to three days to post.

Due Dates

Can I set my due date to be the same day each month?

Yes. You may also select an alternate due date by clicking the “Payment options” glenview state bank review from the menu and choosing the option to “set alternate due date.” The alternate due date is based on when your meter is read and would take effect during your next billing cycle.

What if my alternate due date falls on a weekend or holiday?

The due date will be the first business day following the weekend or holiday.

How do I cancel my alternate due date?

You can cancel your alternate due date by contacting Customer Services at (253) 502-8600 or (800) 752-6745 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Billing

How do I enroll in paperless billing?

To receive notification of new bills via email only rather than through the mail, do the following in MyAccount:

  • Select the “Profile” tab from the menu
  • Choose “My profile”
  • Select the “Edit Profile” button
  • Scroll down to the “Billing options” section and select “Paperless bill”
  • Select the “Save Changes” button

This will enroll all your open accounts in paperless billing and you will receive an email with your bill details after each billing cycle.

Do I have to separately enroll in paperless billing for each of my accounts?

No. Enrolling in paperless billing will automatically apply to all your accounts.

Where can I find my power assistance pledge credit balance?

You can find the balance of your power assistance pledge credit on the first page of your bill in the upper right-hand corner.

Can I sign up to get reminders and other important messages from TPU?

Yes. You can sign-up to get email and/or text message reminders for the following:

  • Payment due dates
  • Payment agreement due dates
  • Upcoming AutoPay withdrawals
  • General communications from Tacoma Public Utilities

To sign up for email and/or text message reminders:

  • Select the “Profile” tab from the menu
  • Select “My profile”
  • Select the “Edit Profile” button
  • Scroll down to the “Message options” section and check the box(s) for your message preferences. You can choose both email and text messages
  • If you select a text message reminder, enter your mobile number and carrier
  • Read and check the box to accept the free service
    Select the “Save Changes” button
  • You can make changes or unsubscribe at any time.

Why didn’t I receive my message reminder?

Both your mobile carrier and phone number must be updated when you make a change, even if you are keeping the same mobile number.

How will I know if I have past due charges?

If you have past due charges or charges that will appear on your next bill, such as service establishment fees or late fees, a red triangle icon will display next to the amount shown in the “Current balance” field.

Managing Multiple Accounts

If I have more than one account, how do I manage them online?

Once you have logged in, choose the account that you would like to view or edit, then select the account number hyperlink from the overview. You can switch to a different account by choosing the “Select a different account” hyperlink at the top of the screen, or by selecting the “Account(s)” tab from the menu and choosing “Summary of accounts.”

If I have multiple accounts, can I still search for a specific account?

Yes. You can easily find a specific account number on the “Summary of Accounts” page by pressing the “Ctrl” button and the “F” button on your keyboard at the same time to activate the “Find” feature for your web browser. Type the account number in the “Find” field of the web browser and select the enter button. The account number that you’ve entered will be highlighted on the list of account numbers for easy reference.

Can I hide closed accounts from the Account Summary screen?

Yes. Accounts with a zero balance will automatically be hidden after 18 months from the date you closed your account.

I’m a business customer. Can I pay multiple accounts in a single transaction?

Yes. Our consolidated payment option allows business customers to pay multiple accounts in a single transaction using a Visa, MasterCard or Discover credit or debit card or a checking or savings water and power pay bill use the “consolidated payment” option, do the following:

  • Select “consolidated payment” under the “Account” tab from the menu
  • Select a payment method
  • Select the water and power pay bill button
  • Check “Select all” to designate eligible accounts to pay or choose individual accounts
  • Select “Continue” button
  • Select the “Pay” button

Can I pay multiple accounts in a single transaction if I’m not a business customer?

Residential customers with multiple accounts can request access to the consolidated payment option by contacting Customer Services at (253) 502-8606, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

How are accounts displayed in the consolidated payment view?

Accounts are displayed by due date with the oldest date appearing first. Accounts with a zero balance or a credit balance will appear at the end. Ineligible accounts cannot be selected for payment on the website.

Can I change the payment amount when using consolidated payment?

Yes, but only if you are paying with a credit or debit card. Payments made with a bank account can only be made for the amount due.

Can I request additional payment confirmation emails when I use the consolidated payment option?

Yes. A confirmation email will automatically be sent to the email listed in “My Profile.” You may also request an electronic confirmation on the payment confirmation page.

Start, Stop or Transfer Service

Can I sign up for new service online if I’ve never been a TPU customer?

You can submit a request to start a new service by selecting the “Start Service” button on the home page at MyTPU.org/MyAccount. You will need the full name(s) and Social Security number(s) for yourself and your spouse or roommate(s), and the address where you would like to start service.

How do I start, stop or transfer service?

Once you’re logged in to MyAccount, select the “start or stop service” tab from the menu, choose the option that applies to you and follow the prompts.

Is there a fee to start or stop service?

There is a $21.60 service fee to start service, which will be added to your first bill. The amount is based on which utility service(s) is requested. There is no charge for stopping service.

Budget Billing

Budget Billing allows you to pay one consistent and predictable utility payment amount every month. Under this system, your monthly payments are calculated as follows:

  • We calculate your entire electricity bill for the past 12 months, divide by 12, and round to the nearest whole dollar.
  • We calculate your total water bill for the past 12 months, divide by 12, and round to the nearest whole dollar.
  • We calculate a fixed monthly charge for Solid Waste, Surface Water and Wastewater utility services, if applicable.

Then, every 12 months we will recalculate your monthly charge for the next 12 months based on the previous year’s data. All debits or credits from the previous budget billing term are divided by 12 and applied to next year’s budget amount.

How do I enroll in Budget Billing?

You can enroll in Budget Billing online through MyAccount. To enroll, do the following:

  • Select the “Payment options” tab from the menu
  • Select “Budget Billing Plan”
  • Select from the enrollment water and power pay bill and follow the prompts based on your selection
  • Read and accept the terms of agreement for the enrollment
  • Select the “Submit” button

Customers with a past due balance can also enroll in Budget Billing. We will simply build the balance into your monthly payments.

What accounts can I enroll in Budget Billing?

Budget Billing is currently available to residential customers with metered services only. If your enrollment request is close to your next billing date and you are having trouble enrolling, please try again after you’ve received your bill.

If you have an existing payment agreement or there is less than 12 months of usage history for the account, please contact Customer Services at (253) 502-8600 or (800) 752-6745 to learn about your options. The department is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Collections

My account is currently in collections. Who can I talk to about this?

If you received a letter from Professional Credit Services (PCS) or Municipal Services Bureau (MSB), credit and collections agencies we work with, please contact their offices directly to settle your unpaid debt. It is your responsibility to resolve the matter directly with the collection agency. We are unable to accept payments or make payment agreements on accounts currently in collections.

Both PCS and MSB have skilled staff waiting to help you settle your debt. Contact information is below.

Customers cannot open a new account until the amount in collections is paid in full.

Professional Credit Services (PCS)

866-320-6527

Hours:

Monday – Thursday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Friday – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Saturday – 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Municipal Services Bureau (MSB)

800-616-0166

Hours:

Monday – Thursday 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Saturday 6 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Источник: https://www.mytpu.org/payment-billing/

Online Utility Bill Payments

**IMPORTANT UPDATES**

Munis Citizen Self Service has been replaced with a new system from Paymentus. 

The City of Great Falls has transitioned to a new online payment system. To make a payment on your utility account, go to the Paymentus site. You will need to register for an account on the new system and link your utility account(s) to it. 

Please note:  If you have water and power pay bill in bank drafting through our office, you do not need to sign up for Auto Pay on the website. If you do, your account will be drafted twice.

You can also still make a payment on your account, by mail, by dropping your payment off at the dropbox located at the Civic Center, by paying  through your financial institution, stopping by the Civic Center Finance window, or calling (406) 727-7660 to make a payment by telephone.  Thank you for your patience.    

Payment options:

You can:

  • Pay using Paymentus
  • mail in your payment,
  • drop your payment off at the dropbox located at the Civic Center,
  • pay through your financial institution's bill pay,
  • stop by the Civic Center Finance window,
  • or call (406) 727-7660 option 1 to make a payment by telephone. 

For any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Customer Service at (406) 727-7660 option 2.

Источник: https://greatfallsmt.net/finance/online-utility-bill-payments

How to Pay

New Look to Water and Wastewater Bill

Customer Service Information and Operational Changes for COVID-19

You can make payments online, by phone or mail, or in person. If you need help setting up an account, have questions about your bill, or would like to learn more about your options if you cannot pay your bill in full, please contact Customer Service.

To make a payment, you will need your account number, which is located on your water and wastewater bill. View a Sample Bill to see where your account number is located. Please note that if you wish to pay using a credit or debit card, you will be charged a convenience fee of 2.25%. We currently accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

For answers to frequently asked questions about billing, visit Billing FAQs.

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Sign up for a My DEP Account

To pay your bill online, you can register for a My DEP Account. A My DEP Account is free and allows you to:

  • pay your bill online
  • receive your bills electronically
  • review your billing history
  • view and print your current bill or retrieve and print past bills
  • track your water usage and sign up for online leak notifications
  • submit forms online and track their status

To get started, head over to the My DEP Account login page and click “Sign-up” and then follow the prompts. Please note that to complete the sign-up process, you will need to enter your account number and your activation token, both of which are located on your water and wastewater bill. View a Sample Bill to see where you can locate your account number and activation token.

To avoid a debit block, we encourage corporate customers to contact their bank to add Paymentus Originator ID: 1020401225 to their exception list.

How To Pay Video Tutorials

Use our How to Pay Video Tutorials to learn more about setting up your My DEP Account.

Online Quick Pay

If you prefer not to sign up for a My DEP Account, you can pay online using our QuickPay system to make a one-time payment. Payments will be credited to your account the next business day.

Pay by Phone: (866) 622-8292

24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Customers can pay their bill over the phone by calling 866-622-8292. This automated payment service allows customers to pay their bill quickly and efficiently by using a checking account, credit card, or debit card.* Customers can pay their bill over the phone at no cost by using their checking or savings account.

*Please note that if you wish to pay your bill using a credit or debit card, you will be charged a convenience fee of 2.25%. We currently accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

DEP Borough Offices

You can pay in person with check, money order, or credit card at one of our Borough Offices. For office hours and locations, visit Customer Service.

NYC Department of Finance Business Centers

You can pay in person with cash, check, or money order at an NYC Department of Finance Business Center. For office hours and locations, visit the NYC Department of Finance website.

Use the return envelope sent along with your bill. Checks or money orders should be made payable to NYC Water Board. Simply enclose the bill stub with your check or money order, put a stamp on the envelope and mail to:

NYC Water Board
P.O. Box 11863
Newark, NJ 07101-8163

Источник: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/dep/pay-my-bills/how-to-pay.page
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