City Bill Pay

With the modern age of technology, making bill payments has become much easier. However, there are still many people who struggle with the process of paying their bills in the city. This blog post aims to provide information and resources to those living in cities who are having difficulty managing their bill payments. By understanding the various options available, such as online banking, direct debit and in-person payments, individuals can make informed decisions and take control of their financial obligations. Additionally, this blog post will discuss the advantages of using city-specific resources to pay bills, such as convenience stores and local banks, as well as the potential drawbacks of these services. By providing information on cities’ specific options for bill payments, readers can secure their finances and manage their bills more efficiently.

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

Utility Billing

Call utility billing, 303-538-7370 Option #1, and make a credit card payment. Mail-In Payment. Remove the top portion of your utility bill, turn the bill over,

Payment Options

Payments are collected Monday – Friday. Do not drop off cash. Map. In Person: Pay your bill in person at the Utility Billing Office, 500 E. 3

city bill pay

Pay by Phone:

  • Make a quick payment 24/7 using our automated Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system Call us at 970-962-2111, choose option #2, and then choose option #1.
  • Pay with a credit/debit card or e-Check

Please be aware that having multiple e-Checks returned could result in losing your ability to use them.

Drop Box:

  • Drop boxes for utility payments can be found at the Service Center (200 N Wilson Ave. ), and the Civic Center (500 E. 3rd St. ).
  • Payments are collected Monday – Friday. Do not drop off cash. Map.

In Person:

  • Visit the Utility Billing Office at 500 E to pay your bill in person. 3rd St. , Suite 100, from Monday through Friday, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. (closed from 8 a. m. to 8:30 a. m. on Fridays).

Electronic Funds Transfer:

  • Avoid the hassle of check writing each month. Set up an EFT to automatically deduct your monthly utility payment from your checking or savings account. Complete an Authorization Agreement and return it to Utility Billing. You can drop off the completed agreement at Utility Billing or mail it to City of Loveland, 500 E. Washington St., along with a voided check or a Direct Deposit/Automatic Payment form from your bank. 3rd St. , Suite 100, Loveland, CO 80537. There is no fee for this convenient option. Find the form in pdf format.
  • If you have questions, please call Utility Billing at 970-962-2111.

Final Estimates for Title Companies:

  • Please Submit the information to Final Estimates
  • Owners will still need to contact the Stop and Start service through the City.
  • Title companies can only ask for a Final Estimate

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