Bethlehem water and sewer customers can now pay utility bills through eGovPlus on the City’s website www.bethlehem-pa.gov, Mayor John Callahan announced via a news release on Monday.
“Online bill pay has been available in other industries since the late 1990s and it has become a hallmark of electronic government,” Callahan said. “The technology is proven to be safe and secure. It’s also convenient and user-friendly.”
The online payment also allows customers to pay using a Visa credit card, an option which was not previously available. If you are a new user who is already receiving a bill from the city or if you would like to register for service as a new utility user, activate your online account here.
A service fee of $3.50 is charged per online transaction for all payments of $300 or less, according to the fee schedule, which can be viewed through the city’s Website. Charges change to 2.75 percent for all transactions that are more than $300.
Customers may still pay bills at City Hall.