Anne Arundel County offers a variety of convenient options for its citizens to pay their bills. As part of its commitment to providing excellent services, the County has implemented an easy-to-use, online payment system that allows users to quickly and securely pay their bills from the comfort of their own home. This blog post will provide a comprehensive overview of the County’s bill pay system, including how to access the system, how to register and make a payment, and more. We will also discuss the various payment options available, including credit cards and e-checks, and how to use them. Additionally, we will go over helpful tips and tricks to make the payment process as efficient and stress-free as possible. Whether you are a current Anne Arundel County resident or just visiting, this blog post will help guide you through the bill pay process.
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
Pay Your Utility/Tax Bill
Pay your water/wastewater, front foot/CFA, installment agreement bills, and real estate taxes online using our secure application. Overview
Utility and Tax Bill Payment Information
The Anne Arundel County digital payment system now provides the tools to pay your Utility and Tax bills online by autopay and by phone using
Overview The Bureau of Utility Operations in conjunction with the Office of Finance provide the capability for citizens and business to pay their utility bills online using a credit card or e-check.
To start our safe payment application, click the button below:
When you use the County’s online bill payment application, you will be charged the following convenience fees:
Water) Utility Bills 25 per transaction 2. 39% of transaction total (example $2. 39 per $100) Debit Cards $3. 25 per transaction 2. 39% of transaction total eCheck $ 0. 50 $ 0. Anne Arundel County uses Paymentus Corporation, a third-party bill payment service, for utility, real estate tax, personal property tax, and general billing online payments. * All convenience fees are non-refundable. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AMEX, eCheck, PayPal, Venmo, Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Amazon Pay are all accepted by Paymentus Corporation. Every payment made through Paymentus Corporation is subject to a per-transaction convenience fee that is not refundable.
- Paymentus Corporation charges a non-refundable convenience fee for using their service, but why? The fee covers payment handling and processing charges.
- Does Anne Arundel County get any of the convenience fee? No, Anne Arundel County doesn’t get any of the convenience fee. An unaffiliated business, Paymentus Corporation, offers a service to the County.
NOTICE: County offices are closed to the public at this time
Send money to the county government of Anne Arundel at PO Box 17003 in Baltimore, Maryland 21297-1003.
MS 1101 44 CALVERT STREET ROOM 110 ANNAPOLIS, MD 21401 is the address for overnight delivery.
- You can make payments to the County at any of our cashier locations.
- Furthermore, non-cash payments (such as checks and money orders) can be made whenever you like at these same locations’ yellow drop boxes.
- Utility bills, Front Foot Assessment bills, Personal Property bills, and Real Estate Tax bills are all mailed with a self-addressed, courtesy envelope. When mailing payments, kindly use this envelope and make sure to include the bottom part of the bill with your check or money order.
Office of Finance Billing
What app can I use to pay bills in 4 payments?
Where do I pay my property taxes in Anne Arundel County?
Call our automated Interactive Voice Response System at (301) 206-4001 (toll free 1-800-634-8400) with your account number in hand to make a phone payment. When using the pay-by-phone option, you can split your bill into two payments, pay with a credit card or a check, and ask for a seven-day payment extension.
How do I pay my water bill in Maryland?
The cost is $15 for a residential property with an individual usage account. 00 per quarter. Residential customers must pay a $3 quarterly capital recoupment fee if their water usage exceeds 30,000 gallons in any quarter’s billing period. 81 per 1,000 extra gallons used over the 30,000 gallons consumed