WARWICK, R.I. (WPRI) - Residents of Warwick are now able to pay their utility billsonline on the city's website.
The city began accepting online credit card and e-check paymentsfor real estate, motor vehicle and tangible personal property taxbills last summer. This is the next step in an ongoing process tomake doing business with the city more convenient, Avedisiansaid.
As is the case with the other types of payments, there is a feeof 2.5 percent of the amount of the transaction for utility bills.Taxpayers will know that amount before they finalize payment, andif they feel it’s too high, they can terminate thetransaction and pay the bills by check or in person, said TaxAssessor/Collector Ken Mallette.
Residents will have to have their utility account number to payonline. That number is printed on the bill the tax office sendsout, Mallette said.
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