Anderson City Utilities Bill Pay

Welcome to Anderson City Utilities’ official blog, providing information and updates on our services and the latest trends in energy and utility-related topics. In this blog post, we’ll be exploring how to pay your Anderson City Utilities bill quickly and easily. With so many payment options available, it can be confusing to know where to start. We’ll provide an overview of the different methods of payment and what each has to offer so that you can choose the method that works best for you. We want to ensure that you have the necessary information to make informed decisions about your energy and utility usage, so read on to learn more about Anderson City Utilities bill pay.

To make a payment, you may use this official links below:

Online Bill Pay

If service is interrupted, a cash reconnect fee and deposit will apply. Contact Us: Anderson City Utilities 120 E 8th Street Anderson, IN 46016 Phone: 765-648-

Payment Options

How & Where to Pay · Internet payments · Check, cash, money order, credit / debit

anderson city utilities bill pay

How & Where to PayWe offer the following payment options:

  • Internet payments
  • Cash, checks, money orders, Mastercard, Visa, and credit / debit cards
  • By mail
  • Drive up window from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Drop box (Located next to the drive up window)
  • Walk-in from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Visa, Mastercard, or debit cards can be used by calling 765-648-6527 or 765-648-6187 and selecting option 2.
  • Auto-pay
  • In our efforts to accommodate our customers Anderson City Utilities has added a second payment drop box location on the south side of East Seventh Street, along the City Hall parking lot.

Non-Sufficient FundsIf we receive notice from the bank of non-sufficient funds (NSF) in the account for either a check or auto-payment, there is a $40 fee. A letter is mailed from our office to notify the customer they have 10 days to make the payment with either cash or money order. When the NSF is from an auto-pay account, the customer is removed from auto-pay. Any customer wishing to return to auto-pay must wait one year before applying again.

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