When it comes to paying your utility bill, the process can often be tedious and confusing. You may have questions regarding your bill, the payment process, or the payment options available to you. That is why, at Buckeye Utility, we strive to make the payment process as simple and stress-free as possible. With our convenient bill pay options, you can quickly and easily manage your utility bill with ease. We understand the importance of having access to a secure, reliable, and affordable payment option, so we have developed several options that make it easy to pay your utility bill. Whether you choose to pay your bill online, by phone, in person, or through automatic payment, Buckeye Utility has a payment option that will work for you. In this blog post, we will discuss all the different ways you can pay your Buckeye Utility bill, so you can find the right option for your needs.
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
The payment drop-box has been relocated to the front parking lot of City Hall. For your convenience, please enter the lot from 7th Street and stay left.
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Buckeye Water District No. 50, Inc. payment options:
Simply click the “Pay Your Bill Now” button and follow the on-screen instructions to pay your bill online. Have your account number handy.
You can use your card or checking account to pay your bill. You can also set your account up for auto-pay. Our office can help you make a card payment, but not one using an electronic check. We cannot set a customer up for auto-pay. The customer has to do this themselves.
Every time you use our website to make an online payment, PayStar will charge you additional fees.
If you have any inquiries about the online bill payment, please call us.
If you are paying your balance to be reconnected from being cutoff, please include a $00 reconnect fee.
Any payments made after 6:30 PM will result in the meter being disconnected until the next business day.
Payment By Mail
Please mail all payments, whether by check or money order, along with your payment coupon. Please mail your payment at least five to seven business days before the due date on your bill to avoid late fees.
Payment Drop-Off Location
You can visit our office to pay your bill in person. The office is open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM from Monday through Friday. We do observe all Louisiana State Holidays.
If you need to make a payment after hours, there is a drop-box available 24/7 to the right of our front door.
Payment Through Financial Institution Online Bill Pay
Numerous financial institutions, including major banks, allow their clients to pay their bills online (through your bank’s website). Typically, these services deduct money from the client’s savings or checking account to pay the bill. The financial institution may or may not charge a fee for the service, depending on the circumstances. The posting of payments to customers’ accounts may take up to seven business days. Please consult with your bank for more information.
If you have any questions about any of the above payment methods, don’t hesitate to call us. 318-466-5746.
Buckeye Water District No. 50, Inc. P. O. Box 6 Deville, LA 71328.
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How do I pay my Buckeye water bill?
Simply click the “Pay Your Bill Now” button and follow the on-screen instructions to pay your bill online. Have your account number handy. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and electronic checks. You can use your card or checking account to pay your bill.
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There are tiers to the water rates in Buckeye, and the rate rises as usage increases. The rates are as follows: Base rate: $32. 94. Tier 1 (0-6,000 gallons): $3. 93 per 1,000 gallons.
Is Buckeye AZ a good place to live?
At the foot of the White Tank mountains in a prime location, the fantastic Phoenix suburb of Buckeye exudes a feeling of a small town ranch. Despite being far from the bustle and activity of downtown Phoenix, it has a charming local feel all its own.