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No. You may use the “Pay Now” payment service for a one-time payment.
“Pay Now” allows you to make a one-time payment on your City of Everett Utility account. All payments made before 11:59 p.m. PST will be reflected on your utility billing account that day. Please allow up to 3 to 5 business days for your payment to be reflected on your bank account. Payments over $5,000 cannot be processed online.
Important: If your services are in the process of being shut off, you cannot use this service as a method of preventing it. Payment needs to be made in person or via telephone. Please pay at the Utility Billing office located at 3101 Cedar Street, Everett, WA 98201, or over the telephone at 425-257-8999, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
You will need to enter this information each time you make a payment using the “Pay Now” payment service. We recommend that you enroll in the online bill pay (AutoPay) service to avoid having to re-key this information each time you make a payment.
Go to the new online payment portal and complete the New User Registration form. Once completed, an email with an account verification link will be sent to you. Click on the link to complete your account verification.
Yes. Payments up to $5,000 can be processed online.
Yes, but if your payment gets returned by the bank for any reason - insufficient funds, closed account, incorrect account numbers, etc. - you will be charged an nonsufficient funds (NSF) fee, and your service will be in jeopardy of being disconnected.
Yes, an email confirmation will be sent to the email address you provide.
If you opt to receive your bills electronically, you will get an email notification each month when your new bill is available. You can view it online and make a payment. If you choose to go paperless, no further paper bills will be mailed to you. If you change your mind, you can always revert back to receiving paper bills.
Yes. We accept VISA or MasterCard credit cards or debit cards. Debit cards are processed the same as credit cards.
Please contact us at 425-257-8999, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST or email us.
Most modern browsers will work. We have tested Microsoft Edge and Goggle Chrome. However, Firefox and Safari should work as well. You should *not* use Internet Explorer as it very old and has known issues with the payment portal.
Yes, a few general troubleshooting steps are suggested. You can try to use an “InPrivate” or “Incognito” browser session to see if that fixes your issue. You also might try deleting your browser cache. These steps clear a lot of issues when using websites.
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