Bill Payment Plans
District customers have several convenient methods available to pay their electric bill.
- Payments may be mailed to the District in the return envelope provided with their bill.
- Payments may be made at any of our District offices which also have drop boxes available for after hour payments.
- Payments may be made with a District accepted credit card over the phone by calling any of our offices.
- Payments may be made at our website with a District accepted credit card after an online account has been established.
- Customers can have their payments paid automatically each month through their checking or savings account or with a District accepted credit card. Customers will continue to receive a monthly bill and automatic payment will occur on the due date printed on their bill or the next business day if the due date is on a holiday or weekend.
Customers may choose to be billed using our levelized billing method. This option bills the customer an amount based on the average of the current month and previous eleven months actual billings. The amount is recalculated each month and will increase or decrease as necessary based on the customerís usage. The levelized method is beneficial to the customer because it eliminates the settle up payment and reduces the fluctuation in their required monthly payments
Customers may choose to be billed using our budget billing method. This option allows the customer to be billed the same amount for eleven months and on the twelfth month they will be billed the difference between their actual bills and payments made during that period. The payment requirement on the twelfth month can vary significantly based on the customerís actual electric usage. The budget payment plan begins with the September billing and ends with the August billing when the account will be billed for the actual amount due at the end of the budget billing year which is called the settle up amount.
You need to have a zero balance to go on either levelized or budget billing.