The town of Winterville is committed to providing its citizens with the highest level of service and convenience when it comes to their utility bill payments. As part of this ongoing commitment, the town has set up various payment options to make the bill paying process as easy as possible. Whether you’re looking to pay in person, online, or by mail, the town of Winterville has got you covered. In this blog post, we’ll be taking a closer look at the various bill payment methods available to our citizens and providing helpful tips for managing your bills efficiently and conveniently. If you’re a resident of Winterville, take a few moments to learn more about the different ways you can pay your utility bills with ease.
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
Bill Pay. Online Utility Bill Payments · Employment · Contact Us · Site Map. Town of Winterville, North Carolina 2571 Railroad Street Winterville, NC 28590
A water and sewer system development fee is a one-time charge paid by developers for the Town to recover a portion of the costs for design and construction
ELECTRIC UTILITY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Together with Greene Lamp Community Action, Carolina Power Partners and the Town of Winterville are able to offer eligible customers a one-time energy assistance credit. The applicant’s name must be on the utility account, and proof of income is necessary.
Applications can be picked up at the Town Hall’s Customer Service, 2571 Railroad Street, Winterville, North Carolina, or online at this LINK.
SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT FEES ANALYSIS
The Wooten Company has presented a Water and Sewer System Development Fee Analysis to the Town of Winterville. The Analysis can be read and commented on until Tuesday, February 5, 2023, at 5:00 PM. Don Harvey, Town Clerk, Town of Winterville, 2571 Railroad Street, PO Box 1459, Winterville, NC 28590, or by email at don [email protected] com. You can view the analysis at Town Hall or at this LINK.
A one-time fee called a “water and sewer system development fee” is paid by developers to the Town in order to recoup a portion of the costs associated with designing and building the infrastructure for the water and sewer systems required to provide new customers with the same level of service as current ones.
It is forbidden for anyone to scatter, deposit, throw, or allow to be scattered any yard waste, such as leaves, grass clippings, pine straw, tree trimmings, or shrubbery, on any sidewalk or street.