You have four convenient options when it comes to how you pay your Blue Mountain power bill. Set up automatic payments, pay with your bank, mail it in or drop it off. It's up to you!
Set it and forget it! Take a moment to sign up for a Pre-Authorized Payment Plan. Never worry about sending in, dropping off or remembering to pay your utility bill again. Set up your Pre-Authorized Payment Plan using a credit card or bank account. Pre-authorized payments will occur automatically on the last business day of the month.
Using a Credit Card
Using a Bank Account
Using telephone or internet banking services is another easy and convenient way to pay your power bill. Most financial institutions in Canada offer telephone and internet banking. Visit your bank and speak with your teller to set up Blue Mountain Power Co-op as a payee. Be sure to have your Blue Mountain account number with you when you go in. Or, follow the instructions below to set up Blue Mountain as a payee using online banking.
Tips for Adding Your Account Number:
Is mailing in your payment the best option for you? Don’t forget to include your Bill Slip, which can be found on the bottom of your power bill, to ensure that your payment is processed swiftly and accurately.
Sometimes it’s nice to get out of the house. Come in during regular business hours, Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. If you stop by after hours and the office is closed, you can still drop off your payment using the payment drop box on the north side of the front door.