EZPay service, which allowed online payment of municipal bills for Harrisburg residents, has been terminated, according to the city treasurer.
Treasurer Dan Miller said today that EZPay appears to have gone out of business. Therefore, residents will need to pay their bills by mail or at city hall until the city contracts with another online processor. Miller’s full statement is as follows:
The Harrisburg City Treasurer’s office has just been notified today that our online credit provider, EZPay Automated Payment Services, has permanently terminated services as of February 28, 2018. The company appears to have permanently ceased operations. We are currently in the process of searching for another provider. Until further notice we will only be able to accept payments in cash, check or money order. Payments can be mailed, brought to our office or placed in the city drop box. The drop box is located outside of city hall to the right of the rear entrance.
Automatic bill payments are not impacted by EZPay service termination. If you pay city bills by automatic payment they will continue to be paid without interruption. If you would like to enroll in no-fee automatic bill payment you may do so by calling our office at 717-255-3046 or completing the automatic bill payment form found on the City’s website.