GRU Bill Pay (Gainesville Regional Utilities)
Understand your Gainesville Regional Utilities (GRU) bill payment options and get your utility bill paid with our easy payment guide. New customers can learn more about the company and set up an account. Want to pay your bill online? To make a payment online or manage your account, follow the link provided below on this page to the GRU bill pay login. You will also find useful “pay my bill” information such as the GRU customer service number, payment mailing address, and billing phone number below.
Pay My GRU Bill
With Gainesville Regional Utilities you have a variety of different bill payment options to suit your needs and circumstance. We recommend using the online payment services as they offer simplicity, security and convenience – this service is available through the mobile web.
Pay Online: GRU offers an online account service. With this service you can make fast payments (your account will be credited in a matter of minutes), or set up a recurring bank draft. You can also pay by credit, debit or ATM card. With the automatic bank draft your monthly GRU bills are paid automatically each month. To make your GRU bill payment online click the “Pay Online” button below to login, register, view your bill or manage your account online.
Pay Online with eBill: In addition to the GRU online service, there is also an online service offered by eBill. eBill does not support recurring payments and it does not allow you to manage your utility service, but it does offer paperless billing, which isn’t available with the GRU online service.
Pay Online By Credit Card: You can make a single payment online with a Discover, Visa, American Express or MasterCard, or an ATM/debit card (PULSE, NYCE, STAR or ACCEL) without registering, with Western Union Speedpay. Up to a given payment limit there is a $3.95 fee for residential accounts and an $11.50 fee for business accounts.
Pay by Phone: You can make a one-time payment with a credit/debit/ATM card (supported cards are the same as the ones listed for online card payments) by calling Western Union Speedpay at .
Pay by Mail: The GRU bill payment address is: Gainesville Regional Utilities, P.O. Box 147051, Gainesville, FL 32614-7051. Checks and money orders are accepted. Please include your GRU account number on your check. Your account number is located on your statement. To ensure your GRU payment is received on time it is recommended that you mail your payment at least 5 business days prior to the due date shown on your monthly billing statement.
Pay in Person: You can pay your Gainesville Regional Utilities bill down at the downtown office, by cash, check or money order. The main building is located at 301 SE 4th Avenue. A drop and go box is situated across from the drive-thru entrance.
Opening & Closing Accounts
Start Service: To start a new service and become a customer of GRU, visit the online application process page at the GRU website. Depending on your profile and requirements you may also be required to call customer services during regular business hours.
Move/Stop Service: You can arrange the transfer or cancellation of a service through the online GRU account service.
Customer Service & Billing:
Power Outage/Downed Lines:
There is also an online contact option available. Visit the contact page at the Gainesville Regional Utilities website to send an online message.
About Gainesville Regional Utilities
Gainesville Regional Utilities (GRU) is a multi-service utility to Gainesville and the surrounding areas. The utility is owned by the City of Gainesville and is the 5th largest municipal utility in the state of Florida. GRU serves roughly 93,000 customers.
Orlando Utilities Commission Bill Pay (OUC Bill Pay)
Have an account with OUC and need to make a bill payment? Find out your options and get your bill paid right here. Quick online payments are available – follow the link provided on this page to the Orlando Utilities Commission login page. To make a payment online or manage your account, follow the link provided below on this page to the Orlando Utilities Commission bill pay login. You will also find useful “pay my bill” information such as the OUC customer service number, payment mailing address, and billing phone number below.
Pay My Orlando Utilities Commission Bill
With the Orlando Utilities Commission there are lots of ways to keep on top of your utility account and pay your bills. This guide covers all the payment options offered by OUC. Note that OUC no longer accepts payments at the downtown Orlando and Gardenia walk-in centers.
Pay Online: MyOUC is an online account service that supports payments by electronic check and debit/credit card. This online service is simple to use and comes with features to help you manage your account and keep on top of your bills. Use the service to see your monthly bills, update account details and get support. Supported debit/credit cards are American Express, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, ACCEL, STAR, NYCE and PULSE. Credit and debit card payments come with a fee of $5.75. To make your OUC bill payment online click the “Pay Online” button below to login, register, view your bill or manage your account online.
Pay Automatically: Through the online service you can establish an automatic payment schedule with payments made from your checking/savings account. This service is not available with debit/credit cards.
Pay by Mail: The Orlando Utilities Commission bill payment address is: OUC, PO Box 31329, Tampa, FL 33631-3329 (use this address if you have the bill stub). If you don’t have the bill stub, send your check or money order to the correspondence address: Orlando Utilities Commission, PO Box 3193, Orlando Fl 32802. Please include your OUC account number on your check. Your account number is located on your statement. To ensure your OUC payment is received on time it is recommended that you mail your payment at least 5 business days prior to the due date shown on your monthly billing statement.
Pay by Phone: The pay by phone service supports debit and buddhism2.rus. Customers in Orlando/Orange County can call . Customers in Osceola/St. Cloud can call . This is an automated service available around the clock. Have your account number ready when you call.
Pay in Person: There are a number of payment service providers situated around the OUC service area. Authorized providers include Walmart, Publix, Winn Dixie, Fifth Third Bank, St. Cloud Utilities, 7-Eleven, ACE Cash Express, Advance America, Amscot and Direct Auto. Payments made at an authorized payment center are posted to your account immediately. There is a $1.25 transaction fee.
Orlando Utilities Commission Contact
OUC agents are available from 7AM to 6PM Monday – Friday. The following customer care numbers should be called in the event of a power outage or water problem, as well as account and billing queries, and new accounts. New customers should visit the New Customers help page for more information on services, charges, accounts and billing.
Customer Service (Orlando/Orange County):
Customer Service (St. Cloud/Osceola County):
Mailing Address: Orlando Utilities Commission, PO Box 3193, Orlando Fl 32802
About Orlando Utilities Commission
Orlando Utilities Commission is a municipal public utility that provides electric and water services to Orlando, as well as areas of Orange County and St. Cloud. The utility was founded in 1922 when the city of Orlando purchased Orlando Water & Light Co., and is today the second largest electric utility in the state of Florida. OUC currently services 250,000 customers.