Sturgeon Bay Utilities to offer new kiosk

Sturgeon Bay residents will have a new way to pay their utility bills very soon.  A new kiosk will be installed at the Sturgeon Bay Utilities (SBU) office on Vine Street.  General Manager Jim Stawicki says the new technology will make it safer and more accessible for residents and businesses to pay their bills.  He says SBU is making some modifications to the building with hopes to have the kiosk open by the end of August. 



Customers will be able to pay with cash, check, debit or credit card.  The current options of leaving payment at the drop box at the utility’s office, local banks, and City Hall will remain.  Stawicki notes that the Public Service Commission has lifted the moratorium on disconnects during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Customers in arrears will be receiving notices starting on July 15 to contact SBU to discuss payment options before disconnections at the end of the month.

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