Welcome to the Citizen Self Service Portal for the City of Tulsa, where you can log into your account and pay your utility bill.PLEASE NOTE: Utility account linking during account registration is not currently available.If you have your 6-digit account number, 7-digit customer ID, and the name on your account exactly as it appears on the top left portion of your utility bill, you can make a payment on your account and view your bill as a guest.Become a guest If you have already registered and linked your utility account, you can still become a guest by clicking the log in button in the top right corner of the screen.To view your account and make a payment even if you have trouble logging in, you can use the guest log-in option.
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
Brevard County Florida Utility Services Customer Service
Make payments ; View bills and download bill copies; View meter reads; View water consumption history; Update mailing address; Sign up for paperless billing .
Utility Billing – Frequently Asked Questions – City of Tulsa
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How do I pay my Tulsa City bill?
At the City Hall cashier windows inside the 2nd Street entrance, pay your utility bill. Windows are open from 8 am – 5 pm Payment can be made with cash, check, or money orderThere is a night depository on the plaza just west of the City Hall entrance, 175 E 2nd Street
How do I contact the City of Tulsa utilities?
City of Tulsa Utilities Services Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pmCall (918) 596-9488 if a water line breaks and you need immediate assistance. Sewer overflows, please call (918) 586-6999
How do I turn utilities on in Tulsa?
You can activate your water, sewage, and garbage utilities by sending an email. E-mail [email protected] or call 311 (Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm) Visit City Hall, 175 EUtilities Customer Service at 2nd Street (8 a.m. Monday through Friday)m – 5 pm)
How do I read my Tulsa water bill?
Find the seven digits on the meter that together resemble a car odometer to determine what I’m being charged for.Each month, the first few digits on the white background are read to calculate water consumption in thousands of gallons.Every month, the meter reading is rounded to the nearest 1,000 gallons.