Online payments are now available for Accounts Receivable billings ( Residential/Commercial Special Pickups, Recycle or Refuse).  Please contact Andrea Pickett at [email protected] or 301-725-5300, ext 2248 to update your email address on your customer billing account, so you can then set up your Online Payment Account. 

Please follow the link below to set up your Online Payment account and link to our billing system.   lf you have any questions please contact Andrea Pickett at 301-725-5300, ext 2248.

Municipal Online Payments

Accounts Receivable Payments

Pay your bill for Bulk Trash, Refuse, and Recycling collections.

Pay now via Municipal Online Payments

This link should only be used to make payments for Accounts Receivable ( Bulk Trash, Refuse, Recycle). Donations, Business PPTX, and Permits/Licensing have separate payment portal links (please see correct payment options below). Use of the incorrect payment site for these services will cause a delay in the processing of your payment to your invoice.


Misc ACH / Credit Card Payments

Pay your business personal property tax, make miscellaneous donations for the 150th Anniversary Committee (Bricks, Merchandise), or make a donation to Community Assistance. 

You can create an account or make a one-time payment. You must have the Billing ID. If you need your current or past due invoices, please contact Andrea Pickett at 301-725-5300, ext. 2248 or via email at [email protected].

Pay now via PayerExpress

This link should not be used to make payments for Accounts Receivable ( Bulk Trash, Refuse, Recycle) or Permits and Licensing. These invoiced services have separate payment portal links (please see correct payment options below). Use of the above payment site for these invoiced services will cause a delay in the processing of your payment to your invoice.


Permits and Licensing Payments

Pay your permit and licensing bills.

Pay now via EnerGov

 

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Budget and Personnel Services

The Budget and Personnel Services Department ensures that adequate controls exist in order to protect the City's funds and maintains records of all financial transactions.