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Automatic Utility Billing Payment & E-Bills

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E-Bills

Bills by email are now available to all utility billing customers. Instead of a postcard in the mail, you will receive an email with the bill attached in pdf format.

 Utility E-Bill Authorization (download, print, complete and return)
     Online Form  (complete/submit from your browser)

Q: What are the benefits of using the automatic payment plan?
A: Save Time and Money!

Now you can enjoy the convenience of having your bi-monthly City of Northville Utility Bill automatically deducted from your bank account. With the Automatic Payment Plan, you can:

  • Save time signing and mailing checks
  • Save money on check fees and stamps
  • Eliminate late payment penalty charges
  • Your payment is withdrawn automatically on the due date, so there is no confusion. You will receive a statement at least 14 days before the payment is due.

    Best of all, we offer this service free of charge.

    How to Enroll

     Automatic Utility Bill Payment Form (download, print, complete and return to address below)
         Online Form (complete/submit from your browser)

    Completed enrollments form should be mailed to:

    City of Northville
    Automatic Payment Plan
    215 W. Main Street
    Northville, MI 48167

    For more information, call 248-449-9930.

    Bills by email are now available to all utility billing customers. Instead of a postcard in the mail, you will receive an email with the bill attached in pdf format.






     
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    Click here to sign up.

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    The City offers Automatic Payment for Utility Billing.
    Click here to sign up.
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