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In addition, the city announced that it will suspend residential water disconnections on past due accounts in the meantime. The decision comes in “the midst of a coronavirus pandemic that may compromise local families’ means to meet financial obligations,” according to the news release.
However, city officials encouraged residents to continue to pay their utility bills if able, but clarified that the city will not shut off their water due to non-payment at this time. Payments can be made at www. springfieldohio.gov or at one of two payment drop off boxes; located on Fountain Avenue near City Hall, or at the Service Center located 2100 Lagonda Ave.
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Lough said that credit card fees will be temporarily waived for online utility payments.
That policy went into effect on Saturday and will extend through April 15, when the situation will be reassessed to determine if a longer period is required, according to city officials.