You may examine your statement, pay it online, or set up a regular auto bill with Xpress Bill Pay. There may be additional charges. Go to Xpress Bill Pay to pay your bills.
You can have your monthly payment debited automatically from your checking or savings account. This is a free service. Now is the time to register.
You can pay over the phone using VISA, Master Card, Discover, American Express, or your checking account by calling our office at 520-575-8100.
You can drop off your payment at our office, 6265 N. La Caada Drive, Tucson, Arizona 85704, in a secure drop box at the drive through window. Payments must be dropped off by 7:00 a.m. to be processed the same day. Cash should not be placed in the drop box.
Who is responsible for Tucson’s water supply?
The Tucson Metro Water District serves three distinct geographic areas in the Tucson area. Metro Main in northwest Pima County, Metro Hub in northeast Pima County, and Metro Southwest, which is made up of three communities to the south, are among them.
Is a telephone bill considered a utility bill?
Phone bills are commonly classified as utility bills. However, this only applies to landlines, not mobile phones. Telephone companies’ invoices are utility bills, and they, like energy suppliers, provide a service to the general public. This bill is paid on a monthly basis and in full.
Is it possible to pay my Verizon payment at CVS?
Yes! You can pay at CVS or 7-Eleven using the same barcode each time. On your Verizon billing statement, the barcode can be found at the bottom of page 2. All you’ll need at a Verizon retail shop is your account number or phone number, as well as a method of payment.
Is Internet usage billed as a utility?
The bills listed below are accepted. Cable, electricity, water, and the Internet* are all included. (*On-premise internet bills are the only ones accepted.) Utility bills are accepted in both physical and electronic form (E-bills).
In Tucson, Arizona, how do I set up utilities?
The new online utility payment system for the City of Tucson (water, sewer/wastewater, and trash/recycling) is now available. Set up or continue online and auto payments by creating a new account.
Customers can enroll in autopay, make one-time payments, view their bills online, set up email/text payment reminders, and manage numerous accounts with the new system. The City is unable to transfer a customer’s account and financial information due to security concerns. In as little as 12 minutes, you can create a new account.
Customers who have signed up for autopay will also receive a letter and an automated call asking them to set up a new account. To get started or find answers to frequently asked questions, click on the links below. Customers can also get more information by calling (520) 791-3253.