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Pay Your Water Bill
Important Notice: The online customer portal is intermittent but can still be accessed. Customers can still use the ONE TIME PAYMENT PORTAL to pay their utility bill. Other payment options available include the Kiosk (24 hours) located on the South side of City Hall at 411 W. 8th St. and In Person payments inside City Hall from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
One Time Payment Portal
Payments made after 3 pm will be posted the next business day.
Pay by Phone
- Dial 432-335-3204
- Choose Language
- Press 1 for English
- Press 6 for Spanish
- Press 1 for Account Information
- Enter Customer No.
- Enter Account # (See example below)
- Choose Payment Type / Method
- Press 1 to pay entire balance with Visa, MasterCard or American Express
- Press 2 to pay entire balance with personal check
- Press 3 to pay entire balance with company check
- Press 4 to pay past due balance with Visa, MasterCard or American Express
- Press 5 to pay past due balance with personal check
- Press 6 to pay past due balance with company check
- System will then prompt you for your credit card or check information.
Utility bills may be paid by automatic bank draft from your bank account on the due date of the bill. Using automatic bank draft will avoid the delinquent account fee. For more information on automatic bank draft call Customer Service at 432-335-3204.
Walk-up payment windows are open Monday through Friday on the first floor of City Hall from 8 am to 5 pm. The payment kiosk is located on the south side of City Hall and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
A delinquent account fee in the amount of 5% of the unpaid balance is applied to all water, sewer, and trash accounts which remain unpaid 25 days after the billing date. The ordinance calling for the delinquent account fee was passed by the City Council on November 23, 1999 and went into effect on April 1, 2000.
Utility bill payments made at City Hall are the only payments guaranteed to be credited to your account on the day they are made. While businesses such as Mr. Payroll, Money Place and Pronto Check Cashing take city utility payments, they are not authorized payment locations. If you have a past due balance or you are paying on the due date of your bill, we strongly recommend that you make your payment at City Hall.