City of Cumberland Urges Use of Paperless Billing and Online Payments

City of Cumberland Urges Use of Paperless Billing and Online Payments

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City of Cumberland Urges Use of Paperless Billing and Online Payments
Due to ongoing delays with the delivery of paper mail, the City of Cumberland’s
Tax and Utility Office is urging residents to utilize the City’s online options for
receiving and paying utility bills.
The City’s online billing portal (Click for Details) allows
customers to receive their bill by email every month, alleviating any concern of
lost or delayed mail. Once received, customers log in to pay their bill online,
ensuring the payment is received, and eliminating the need for postage. The
online portal enables residents to:
 View and Print your Bill
 Pay your Bill Online
 View your History and Usage
The City also offers Automatic Electronic Bill Payment - an automatic bank draft
made on the due date every month, eliminating late fees, mail delays and
postage costs. The form can be downloaded here:
(Click for Details
Electronic-Utility-Payment-Application-PDF?bidId=). Alternatively, the form can
be requested by calling the Tax and Utility Office. Customers will still receive a
monthly bill showing the amount due and the payment date, but paperless billing
can be requested when setting up Automatic Electronic Bill Payment.
To avoid mail delays, customers may also call the Office of Tax and Utility at
301-759-6409 to make a one-time payment by phone using Visa, Mastercard or
Discover.
Payments can also be accepted through any of these alternatives:
 Placed in the drop box outside City Hall, 1st floor
 Drive-by drop box at Chamber of Commerce Bell Tower in City Hall plaza
 At the First United Bank locations: 115 Harrison St. or 1501 E. Oldtown
Road (White Oaks Shopping Center) – accepting cash payments for
water/sewer only
 Mailed to 57 N. Liberty Street, Cumberland, MD 21502
Additional questions should be directed to the Office of Tax & Utility at 301-759-
6409.

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Date: March 3, 2021


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