Ways to Pay

Springfield Utility Board (SUB) offers several convenient payment methods:

AutoPay

AutoPay is a free program that allows customers to automatically pay their bill from a designated bank account without writing a check or leaving home. Enrollment is free.

To enroll, fill out the online form for SUB’s convenient AutoPay!

Online Payment

Residential customers can use VISA, MasterCard, and Discover, debit cards as well as pay electronically from a checking and savings account.

Commercial customers can pay by electronic check.

Make a payment.

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24-Hour Automated Account Info

SUB customers can check their utility accounts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by using our self-service automated system.

Just call (541) 744-3768 anytime to:

By Mail

Send your check or money order, made out to:

Springfield Utility Board, to SUB
P.O. Box 300
Springfield, OR 97477

(or use the pre-addressed envelope provided with your statement).

At a Drop Box

Put your check or money order, made out to Springfield Utility Board, in one of these conveniently located drop boxes around Springfield (please put your account number and address on the check or money order).

Drop Box Locations

Drive Up

Customers who need to pay a bill and are paying with cash, check or money order are welcome to use SUB’s convenient drive up kiosk during office hours, located at our main office.

Customer
Service Window

Customers who need to provide or sign documents can use our Customer Service Window. The pass-through window makes it easy to share paperwork.

Please Note: Newer versions of most popular web browsers – including Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Apple Safari – use high-level security software (TLS 1.2) that is fully compatible with SUB’s new online payment system. Older versions of some browsers may need to have TLS 1.2 enabled manually via the browser’s configuration settings. No version of Internet Explorer running on Windows XP is supported; however, freely available alternatives such as Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome may be used.