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Utility Billing

Contact Information: (727) 942-5609 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday)

After Hours Contact Answering Service: (727) 234-4944

412 North Ring Avenue, Fax (727) 943-4057

For questions or concerns regarding your billing statement, please contact our office, Monday-Friday, 8am - 5pm. To sign up for Electronic Billing, click on the E-Bill Sign Up link below. Utility payments are accepted by mail, in person and electronically, We also have an overnight drop box located next to the drive through window. All services are billed monthly and become delinquent 23 days after bill date. Additional charges may be assessed for late payment, disconnection and reconnection of service. A 10% late fee is assessed on unpaid balances not received by the due date printed on the bill. To pay by mail, send the payment with your bill stub to: City of Tarpon Springs, Attn: Collection Center, P.O. Box 5004, Tarpon Springs, FL 34688-5004 Deposits are required on all services. Interest will accrue monthly on deposits and is posted as a credit on the account on the September bill. Deposits are held on the account until the account is terminated and then is applied to the final bill. Notice to Utility Customers The City of Tarpon Springs understands the concerns and uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus, and are being responsive to the needs of our residents. Please be advised that utility payments are not waived. To assist our customers we have currently suspended shutting off utility services for non-payment, and any penalties incurred, to give our customers additional time for those having financial hardships. For the safety of our residents and staff, we encourage customers when making payments to use the drive-thru window, drop box, or one of our other payment options. Those options are: Pay by phone (Automated system) (727) 942-5614 (option 1) Pay by phone (Representative) (727) 942-5614 (option 2) On-line Mail
City of Tarpon Springs
Copyright © 2019 City of Tarpon Springs. Accessibility

Utility Billing

Contact Information: (727) 942-5609 (8

a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday)

After Hours Contact Answering Service:

(727) 234-4944

412 North Ring Avenue, Fax (727) 943-

4057

For questions or concerns regarding your billing statement, please contact our office, Monday-Friday, 8am - 5pm. To sign up for Electronic Billing, click on the E-Bill Sign Up link below. Utility payments are accepted by mail, in person and electronically, We also have an overnight drop box located next to the drive through window. All services are billed monthly and become delinquent 23 days after bill date. Additional charges may be assessed for late payment, disconnection and reconnection of service. A 10% late fee is assessed on unpaid balances not received by the due date printed on the bill. To pay by mail, send the payment with your bill stub to: City of Tarpon Springs, Attn: Collection Center, P.O. Box 5004, Tarpon Springs, FL 34688-5004 Deposits are required on all services. Interest will accrue monthly on deposits and is posted as a credit on the account on the September bill. Deposits are held on the account until the account is terminated and then is applied to the final bill. Notice to Utility Customers The City of Tarpon Springs understands the concerns and uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus, and are being responsive to the needs of our residents. Please be advised that utility payments are not waived. To assist our customers we have currently suspended shutting off utility services for non-payment, and any penalties incurred, to give our customers additional time for those having financial hardships. For the safety of our residents and staff, we encourage customers when making payments to use the drive-thru window, drop box, or one of our other payment options. Those options are: Pay by phone (Automated system) (727) 942-5614 (option 1) Pay by phone (Representative) (727) 942-5614 (option 2) On-line Mail
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