Town of Kinder offers a wide variety of convenient payment options for our customers. Simply choose the option that best suits your needs.
Online Bill Pay
Customers are now able to pay utility bills online, either by signing up for Paperless Online Billing, or by using the Express Pay (one-time payment) option.
To Register for Paperless Online Billing, or to
Login to View or Pay your Utility Bills, click the red button below:
If it's your first visit to the Online Bill Payment site, click "Register" at the top to Sign Up.
Express Pay (One-Time Online Payment) for Utility Bill or Citation
To make a one-time payment for a utility bill or citation, click one of the red buttons below:
(Once you accept the Terms and Conditions, you will be asked to search by account number. ONLY PUT IN THE FIRST SET OF NUMBERS BEFORE THE HYPHEN. Example: John Doe's Account No. is 1375-269037. Only put in 1375 to search. )
Payment By Mail
If paying by check or money order through the mail, please send all payments with your payment coupon. To avoid late fees, please mail your payment at least five-seven business days before the due date specified on your bill.
Automatic Bank Draft
The worry-free way to pay your water bill. With this service, the amount of your monthly bill is automatically deducted from your bank account and credited to your utility account. There is no set-up fee or charge associated with this method of payment. To set up Automated Bank Draft, simply download and fill out the ACH Authorization Form located in the Forms & Reports Section and drop it off or mail it to our office, along with a voided check.
Payment Drop-off Location
You may pay your bill in person at our office address. We accept cash, check, or money orders. To avoid longer wait times, please note that Mondays, Fridays and the first day after a holiday are normally very busy.
Payment Through Financial Institution Online Bill Pay
Many financial institutions such as major banks offer their customers the ability to pay their bills via an online bill payment service (through your bank's website). Normally, these services debit the customer's checking or savings account to pay the bill. Depending on the financial institution, they may or may not charge a fee for the service. Payments may take up to seven business days to post to the customer's account. Please consult with your bank for more information.