Paying Your Utility Bill
Need to pay your utility bill? You have several options available. Below, we’ll walk you through each one.
Paying Your Bill Online
When it comes to paying online, you have two options. You can either pay through your bank account or online with our online bill service.
To pay with your bank account, you may make payments through the ACH (Automated Clearing House) system or by scheduling online bill pay with your bank. If you choose to use ACH, you’ll need to complete the form.
If you schedule online bill pay with your bank, the bank will send your payment to the village of New Bremen for you (keep in mind, there may be up to a 5-day delay). Ask your bank if you have any questions about setting up online bill pay.
To pay online through our online utility bill payment service, you can use your credit card to make a payment. A processing fee will be charged by NCourt, our provider. The total charge amount will be displayed prior to submitting the payment. Remember, you’ll need to have your account number handy when making your online payment.
Paying Your Bill at the Village Office
Your utility bill is payable at the New Bremen Village Office. You can mail it to:
P.O. Box 27
214 North Washington St.
New Bremen, Ohio 45869
Or, you can drop it off at the village office using the drive-thru window. The office is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mondays-Fridays, and you may also drop your payment off in the night deposit box.
You can make your payment with cash or check. Payment must be received on or before the 10th day of the month. Your bill stub must be returned with payment in order for it to be applied to the proper account.
Service Code Explanation
Questions about what the codes on your bill stand for? Here’s a service code chart to help:
WA – Water
SE – Sewer
EL – Electric
A – Actual
E – Estimated
MC – Miscellaneous
AR – Arrearage
Utility Deposits for Tenants and Leaseholders
Utility deposits are required for all parties not owning property in the village limits. The Village reserves the right to require proof of ownership such as real estate contracts, deeds or property tax stub.
$250 – Residential
$500 – Commercial