There are several ways Grand Forks residents can pay their utility bills.
Residents can pay their utility bills online. Online payment options available are:
- Debit Card - Visa or Mastercard,or
- Credit Card - Visa, Mastercard, or Discover. We do not accept American Express at this time.
The online payment site allows for either one-time quick payments or account setup which offers more options for scheduling payments at a future date and recurring payments. Both options require some account information to complete your transaction. Please have a copy of your monthly utility billing statement available when visiting the website to make your payment. The account number and 2 digit authorization code found at the top center of your statement are required to process your payment.
If you have misplaced your statement, you can also obtain and information by contacting the utility billing office, (701)746-2670.
CLICK HERE to make your online payments.
(Please note: by clicking to make your payment you will be redirected to a third party payment site. If you experience difficulty with the link, please check your browser version. The site functions best for users with Internet Explorer 10, Google Chrome or Firefox. If you are using an older version of Internet Explorer, you may need to update your browser. )
Residents can come to City Hall and make their payments at the Utility Bill Payment Windows. You can make your payments with cash, check, money order or credit card.
Grand Forks City Hall
255 N. 4th St.
Grand Forks, ND 58203
Over the Phone:
Residents can pay their utility bills by calling Grand Forks Utility Billing at (701) 746-2670.
Residents can take advantage of drop boxes conveniently located throughout the community. Current locations are:
- All Grand Forks Hugo's locations
- North Parking Lot of City Hall
The City Hall drop box is available 24 hours a day and is collected daily before 8:30 a.m. Other drop boxes are collected twice a week, usually Tuesday and Friday.
Residents can also set up automatic withdrawal from their bank accounts to pay their utility bills.
CLICK HERE to set up automatic withdrawal.