- Customer Service
You can now make payments by phone and you can check your account balance 24/7 for electric, water, personal property tax or real estate taxes with our new automated service. Call 844-451-1585.
Customers also can continue to make payments online, over the phone (fee free), or via the City Hall drop box on Franklin Street.
Business such as scheduling moves, making payment arrangements, and inquiring about accounts can be handled by emailing email@example.com or by calling 301-790-4160.
Need to Make a Payment:
If you need to make a payment we encourage you to visit our online payment portal free of charge or you can use the drop box on the Franklin Street side of the building.
Other general questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Electric service movers can be directed to email@example.com
Property settlements can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tax questions can be directed to email@example.com
UTILITY CUSTOMER SERVICE - (301) 790-4160
This department is available to answer a wide range of questions concerning City Light and Water/Wastewater accounts. These include: charges, rates, moving into/out of the service area, payment plans, taking payments, and other issues regarding utility services. Online payment and account information retrieval is available through the Utility ONLINE PAYMENT PORTAL.
TAX DEPARTMENT - (301) 739-8577, Ext 702
You may inquire/pay your real estate/personal property taxes in City Hall - 1st Floor during normal business hours . You may also inquire/pay your bill online at TAX PAYMENT PORTAL.
If you have any question, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Customer & Support Services is responsible for billing and collecting all tax accounts and the collection of utility and various payments submitted to the City. The Customer Service representatives in Treasury provide courteous and efficient customer service to the public to assist with payments and questions.
Functions of this department include preparing all bills for real estate and personal property taxes, as well as then providing a collection service for these taxes. The department also collects all incoming utility payments, miscellaneous receivables, miscellaneous fees and parking tickets. The Treasurer’s office also has the responsibility of preparing deposits and bank and general ledger account reconciliations.
Our Customer Service Representatives support customers by phone or in person to assist with new service and other electric, water and sewer service-related questions. Customer Service Representatives also issue water and sewer service permits.
Customer & Support Services oversees the parking meter and parking deck operations. In addition, Support Services issues parking permits for monthly parking in various City of Hagerstown parking facilities.