What to Do When You Can’t Pay Your City of Midwest City Bill
The City of Midwest City is located in Oklahoma. The city supplies water, sewer and trash services to residents. In addition to regular trash pickup, the city allows residents to drop off trash at the local Refuse Center four times every year at no charge. Customers are given 25 days to pay utility bills before a service disconnect fee is added to the account.
How to Pay the Bill
If you want to pay your City of Midwest City bill before the due date, you can use any of the following payment options. If you have a disconnect notice or your account is past due, contact customer service for the fastest payment processing and credit to your account.
Pay by mail: Personal checks and money orders can be sent to:
City of Midwest City
PO Box 268896
Oklahoma City, OK 73126-8896
Pay at a drop box: There are two drop box available to the City of Midwest City customers. Both drop boxes are located at city hall.
100 N Midwest Blvd
Pay by automatic draft: Customers can download an automated bank draft form from the City of Midwest City website. The form should be filled out and mailed to:
100 N Midwest Blvd
Midwest City, OK 73110
Questions About Your Billing Statement or Account?
There are several penalty and account fees charged by the City of Midwest City. If you find your bill confusing, read through the FAQs section to learn more about cut-off fees and tampering fees. Customer service is also available at 1-405-732-228 or 1-405-739-1251.
How the Penalty Fees Work
Customers are charged service fees if their account reaches disconnect status, even if service is never disconnected.
- Cut-off fee: If you don’t pay your bill within 25 days of billing, you will be charged a $25 cut-off fee. If you make a payment on the 26th day, this fee remains despite the fact that service is not interrupted.
- Tampering fee: If you tamper with the lock on your meter, you’ll be charged a $100 tampering fee.
- Extra deposit: If your account enters cut-off status more than four times in any 12-month period, you will be required to pay a $50 extra deposit.
I Can’t Make a Payment
We’d love to offer some insider information on payment plans and other help provided by the City of Midwest City, but the city does not list any payment options for customers experiencing financial distress. This utility is not covered under LiHeap Home Energy Assistance.
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