Mar 2021
PERFECT for families on the go or for those whose households operate outside our regular office hours, a new self-service payment kiosk is now available 24hrs a day outside the Utility Office! This kiosk is able to take utility payments by cash, check, or credit card. Cash and check payments are FREE and credit card payments have a 2.75% credit card processing fee attached, plus a 50c user fee. Change can be given in small bills only, and any extra amount paid will be applied to the account as a credit.
Mar 2021
The city of Pittsburg has added a new kiosk for residents. The kiosk is called “JACK,” which stands for Justified Automated Collections Kiosk. It’s a 24/7 system that allows residents to pay their utility bills using cash, check or credit card. The kiosk is at City Hall on fourth street in Pittsburg. The new kiosk will allow residents to pay their utility bills using cash, check or credit card, and access their account balance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Feb 2021
The City of Cocoa now has a new digital utility payment kiosk located on the south side (Orange Street) of City Hall in the place of the old payment drop slot. This payment kiosk allows customers to make payments and get a receipt for their utility payment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, without having to come inside City Hall and wait in line. There is also a drop box on the kiosk for those customers that do not need a receipt and are paying with a check.
Nov 2020
Sapulpa City Hall will soon have an electronic kiosk outside its front doors so customers can pay city bills, fees, and tickets without entering the building. The machine will take cash, cards, and checks. The expenditure will come from the Capital Improvement Fund and was recommended for approval by the Administration and Finance Committee at their last meeting. AdComp Systems of Lewisville, Texas will install the kiosk. Utility Billing Director Mike Hoehner says that as long as things go as planned and there are no delays in the delivery or software installation, the kiosk should be up and running around Christmas time.
Sep 2020
The City of Floresville will be installing a new utility bill payment kiosk in late October 2020 at City Hall. The kiosk will accept credit cards, checks, and cash and will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. City Council stated, “This is one additional step the City of Floresville is taking to provide new solutions and ensure all services are made available to the citizens of Floresville, Texas.
Aug 2020
Beginning in August 2020, the City of Big Spring will offer our residents the ability to pay bills in person using a new self-service kiosk for utility bill and Municipal Court payments. The kiosk is located at the Water Billing Office located at 305 South Johnson Street. The intent of the kiosk is to increase payment choice while reducing risks for our employees and residents. Before COVID-19 stay-at-home measures, many of our residents paid water bills in person via cashier each month.
Apr 2020
The City of Pleasanton has installed their new utility bill-pay kiosk at the former drive-up pay window at City Hall. The kiosk will accept credit cards, checks and cash and is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. It will not accept payment of statements. Those must still be paid inside. Pictured above, from left, are City Manager Johnny Huizar, Executive Assistant to the City Manager Kimberly Sanchez, Finance Director Kristi Bandy and Utilities Accounts Receivable Department workers Mari Rosa, Barbara Madison and Elena Garcia standing in front of the new kiosk at Pleasanton City Hall.
Mar 2020
Convenience Fosters Compliance! Judge Douglas J. Saloom & Judge Frances M. Bouillion have taken the first step towards reducing the cost of operations for the Lafayette City Court along with providing convenience. LAFAYETTE, La. & LEWISVILLE, Texas - March 22, 2020 - PRLog - Lafayette City Court Judge J. Saloom, Judge Frances M. Bouillion and Court Administrator Laura Stout partnered with AdComp Systems Group - a payment focused technology provider - to explore and implement technologies designed to reduce costs and provide superior service.
Feb 2020
A couple of new kiosks unveiled by the city of Dayton will make life a little easier for residents. Customers can drive up to the kiosk on the west side of City Hall (117 Cook St.) or walk inside the lobby of the Police Station and Municipal Court building (2004 N. Cleveland) and easily pay their bills. “The new kiosks allow greater flexibility for those making payments to the City,” said Finance Director Rudy Zepeda.
Jun 2019
We’d like to introduce our new automated payment kiosk, set to open in late February. The kiosk will be located on the west side of City Hall and be open 24/7 for your convenience! JACK reportedly only accepts bills and can’t give change, but if someone overpays that will be used as a credit towards their next bill. Residents say this payment center is a great idea for the Rio Bravo and El Cenizo community.

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