Schedule payments from your checking or savings accounts with ePay anytime and from nearly anywhere.
- Choose when and how your payments are made.
- Share your account management with family members, roommates, or business partners.
- Access up to 30 months of your bill history.
- Choose text or email reminders to help manage your billing and payments.
Your account information is kept private through a secure server. With a single login you can access all your accounts (home, business, cottage). And if you're enrolled in our Stock Purchase program, you also can buy stock through the ePay site when you're paying your electric bill.
ePay is designed for easy access on the go.
How it works
- An email or text message notifies you that your bill is viewable.
- You no longer receive a paper copy of your bill.
- Choose the date your payment will process when you schedule your payments each month.
- Set up a recurring profile for automatic payments, and we'll schedule your payment to process five days prior to your due date for the full amount of your bill.
- All payments are posted to your account within two business days after the payment processes and your bank account has been charged.
- Set up automatic payments. Create a recurring payment profile, and your bill will be paid from your bank account five days before the due date each month. The automatic payment will be for the full billed amount. Automatic payments begin with the next billing cycle after you sign up.
- Manage your account monthly. You determine the date and amount you want to pay.
Both options allow you to modify your payment at anytime while the payment is in scheduled status.
How to sign up
If you haven't signed up as a registered user on our web site, you'll need to create your web registration and enroll in electronic billing before you can view and pay your bill with ePay.
If you already signed up as a registered user on our web site, log in above and click on electronic billing to enroll!
Still have questions?
Check out these frequently asked questions about ePay.