DUBLIN, Va. (WFXR) — Some members of the Dublin community may experience utility disconnections Wednesday if they have yet to submit a payment for their November bill.
The Dublin Police Department says the town is set to disconnect utilities on Wednesday, Dec. 2, for bills due from Nov. 20.
In order to avoid disconnection, you must submit your payment to the drop box across from the entrance to the Town Hall, or pay online by 7 a.m. on Wednesday.
According to the town’s online payment page, you need to follow the instructions listed below if you are interested in paying your bill online:
- You are required to enter your name as it appears on the bill.
- Utility payments, reconnect fees, real estate tax, and personal property tax payments must have the account number associated with account.
- If you pay your utility payment after the 20th of the month, you need to add the 10% late penalty to the amount of bill.
- If your utility payment is for disconnection of service because of non-payment, you are required to pay the reconnect fee of $60, as well as the bill amount to have service re-instated. However, if you make your payment after 2 p.m., your service will not be re-instated until the next working business day.
If you have any questions about the account for which you want to submit an online payment, you are asked to call the Dublin Treasurer’s Office at (540) 674-4731 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.