Brookville Municipal Authority
PAY BILLS ONLINE
Bill Paying Options:
1. Automatic Deduction from Your Bank Account
How would you like to stop writing checks to pay your water/sewer bills, save postage and avoid late fees?
You can do all that through our DIRECT BILL PAY program!
DIRECT BILL PAY debits your checking or savings account to automatically pay your water/sewer bill when it is due! Payments are deducted from your account the business day before your billing due date so you can manage your money effectively.
IT'S SAFE, IT'S SECURE AND THERE'S NO COST TO YOU!
If you choose to sign up for this, please download the DIRECT BILL PAY application. Complete the form, attach a voided check (checking account) or a deposit slip (savings account), and mail to:
Brookville Municipal Authority (BMA)
18 Western Avenue, Suite A
Brookville, PA 15825
Click here to download DIRECT BILL PAY application.
2. Pay Bills Online
Brookville Municipal Authority customers can pay their water/sewer bills online using Visa, Master Card, Discover, or American Express. There is a convenience fee of $3.00 for payments up to $110.00. For payments over $110.00, the fee is 2.65%.
Customers can also pay online by check. The fee for paying by check is $1.50.
Click the button below to proceed to MuniciPAY to pay your bills online.
PLEASE NOTE: You must enter your Account Number exactly as it appears on your bill, and include all dashes. You must also have an e-mail address so a receipt can be sent to you.
For further information or assistance, please contact the Brookville Borough office, (814)849-5320.
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