Now you can pay your Summit Township Real Estate Taxes and Water and Sewer Bills Online. There are two different Options.
ATTN: NEW FEATURE!
We now have the feature of sending your water/sewer bill by email! If you would like to go paperless, please email me the property address and the email address you would like to use to receive your water/sewer bill.
Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Option 1: the money for the bill is taken directly out of the bank account that you specify.This service is free.
Click here to pay your Summit Township Taxes using Option 1 (no fee)
Use Access Code 25301
Click here to pay your Summit Township Utility Bills using Option 1 (no fee)
Use Access Code 25300
==> NOTE: Rate increase for water and sewer service effective April 1, 2017 <==
Your online payments are posted to your account based on the "REAL TIME AND DATE" of your submitting payment date not the "Desired Payment Date". The Desired Payment Date is a schedule date your savings or checking account will be debited through the ACH process. As the due date approaches the Desired Payment Date will show a date after the due date of the bill. You can still enter a payment with the Desired Payment Date that is beyond the "Actual Due Date". THE SYSTEM RECORDS THE "REAL TIME AND DATE" OF YOUR ACTUAL ONLINE PAYMENT.
**NOTE** You, the user, are responsible to update your online information and payments. The system uses the banking information you submitted on the date it creates the payment file for the Federal Reserve and it can't be updated. Please make sure you have the correct banking information on your account. The system will try your account three times for a NSF payment. Your bank may or will charge you for each attempt of payment. If you sell your home, make sure you remove any automatic online payments. The township is not responsible for payments in error by the user.
Option 2: The money for the bill is charged to the credit card you specify. To pay electronically by credit card call 1-855-839-7002 or by Internet access the website https://accessmygov.com/?uid=145. There is a convenience fee for this service.