Utility Bill Postcards were mailed on December 29, 2020. The Fourth Quarter 2020 billing cycle covers October 1st through December 31st, 2020.
Payments may be made in-person at the Village Municipal Offices (appointment required, no walk-ins), placed in the drop box located at the west end of the municipal parking lot, or mailed. For added convenience, and as a contact-less option, you can pay your bill online at www.fowlerville.org or through your financial institution's online bill pay features. As an added feature, you may opt to use the Point & Pay Personal Teller to pay your bill (utility or tax) by phone for only $5, without the 3% processing fee for credit/debit card transactions.
For the most updated amount due, please call the Village Offices to verify the amount, refer to the amount indicated on the mailed Utility Bill Stub, or check online at www.fowlerville.org (mobile device friendly!). The Village of Fowlerville staff are happy to field phone calls and any questions you may have while navigating any of these payment options.
NOTICE: Please be aware when using online banking/bill pay through your financial institution to pay your utility account: Most banks/financial institutions use a Third Party Processor to issue checks requested through online bill payment systems. This means the amount you indicate is deducted from the bank account and sent to a Third Party Processor, not directly to the designated payee (Village of Fowlerville). Bills paid through your online banking system may take up to 15 business days to be received. Please allow ample time for payments to be sent out. The Village of Fowlerville does not accept ‘post-marked’ payments as timely payments if received after the due date. Additional fees apply after the due date. The postal service processes local mail for a turnaround of 2-5 days, meaning the mail with standard postage is collected from the Fowlerville Post Office, sent to Grand Rapids Postal Center for processing and distributed back to the Fowlerville Post Office for regular mail delivery. It is advised to either hand deliver payments to be mailed to the Fowlerville Post Office counter AND request it to remain local OR mail out utility/tax payments at least 1 week before due dates. The postal service also offers Express Mail (at a cost) to ensure a 2-day receipt of your payment.