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Bill Payment Options

man entering credit card info on laptopWe have several convenient methods for you to pay your utility bill.

Automatic Payment

The automatic payment plan is FREE, dependable, flexible, convenient and easy. To take advantage of this service fill out the hard copy Sign Up Form and return it to the Algoma Utilities' office with a voided check.

Some advantages to using direct automatic payment are:

  • Helps avoid late or missed payments
  • No need to write checks
  • No postage costs
  • Transfers funds safely, securely and directly from your account

When enrolled in this convenient service, you will continue to receive a statement at the beginning of each month detailing the amount to be debited from your savings or checking account on the due date.

Pay Online, via Mobile Device or by Phone

Pay online or set up automatic recurring payments at MyAccount.

Payments made through MyAccount will be processed by Paymentus. To pay by phone using Paymentus, call 1-888-647-1768. Please have your bill available so you can provide an account number. Paymentus charges a convenience fee of $3.95 per online or phone transaction; Maximum transaction amount is $400.

PayGov is a secondary option for online payments. To pay by phone using PayGov, call 1-866-480-8552. Please have your bill available so you can provide your account number. PayGov charges a fee of 2.49% per online or phone credit card transaction.

Pay by Mail

Payments can be sent to:

Algoma Utilities
1407 Flora Ave
Algoma WI  54201

Please include the bottom stub of the bill to assure that your account is properly credited.

Pay in Person

Algoma Utilities customers can make payments in person at the utility office, located at 1407 Flora Ave Avenue during normal business hours Monday - Thursday 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Payments can also placed in the night drop box to the left of the front door. 

Other Payment Locations

The Bank of Luxemburg accepts payments at the branch in Algoma.