Pay your bill by mail

If you have a stash of stamps and are paying promptly, dropping your payment in the mail is a good way to go.

You can pay by check or money order, but DO NOT SEND CASH. Ideally, when you mail your payment, include the remittance slip that came with your bill and use the provided, pre-addressed envelope.

To avoid late fees, allow enough time for your payment to get to us. We need to receive (and process) your payment before the end of the day on the date it's due. If you're running behind and don't think your payment will get to us in time, there are other ways to pay.

Where to mail your payment

If you don't know where to mail your payment, we can find the address.

Enter your area code:

If you've lost the envelope we provided with your bill, simply do the following:

  1. Write your account number on your check or money order.
  2. Find a new, plain envelope.
  3. Put both your remittance slip (if you have it) and payment in the envelope.
  4. Stamp, address and mail the envelope.
Please note: The remit address listed on your bill may be different than the remit address listed here. Rest assured, your payment will make it to us using the address associated with the area code you provide.
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