1. Phone in: You may phone in a payment with your credit/debit card or with a checking account number. You do not need to have this information on file with us to phone in a payment. Also—if you would like to set up autopay, you may also request this by phone. You will need to leave your information on file if you wish us to place you on autopay.
You can also leave a message on our voicemail after hours (or before hours) and we will process it when we come into the office. If your payment information is not on file, you will need to leave your account information on the message as well.
2. Email: If you have your payment information on file in the office, you can email us! Just reply to your receipt or email us and request we process your payment. It will be processed same day, or next day depending on the time we receive your email. You may also set up autopay an email.
3. USPS mail: You can send us a check or money order or use bill pay through your bank. Please make sure your unit number is included on the payment—this is your account number. Make sure you mail your payment so we receive it before your late charge is applied. If you are unsure of your unit number, please call us.
4. Cash: Yes, we accept cash.
If you have limited mobility, please call the office when you arrive to make your in-person payment and we will come out and get it and bring you your receipt.