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Ways to Pay

Online, via mail, or drop box

 

Paying your bill is simple, with flexible and convenient options that meet your needs. Grant PUD accepts all major credit and debit cards including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

Use the links below to make a payment or change your account options. It’s almost as simple as flipping a light switch.

Do you need help paying a power bill?

We want to help. Call us at (509) 766-2505.

We help customers by:


Providing them with payment options
Working with them to set up a Payment Arrangement Plan
Seeing if they qualify for financial assistance
Referring them to other agencies who can help with their power bills


Our goal is to help customers find a solution to avoid late fees and shutoffs. Please call us today at (509) 766-2505

Set up ePay

Save a stamp. Save a tree. Save yourself time by signing up for paperless billing with ePay. It’s fast, easy and worry free.

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Benefits of Online Billing

Automatic email alerts let you know when your latest bill is ready to review.

Manage your profile, configure notifications, review your bill and billing history anytime.

You can choose to have your monthly payment automatically deducted from your checking account.

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Pay with your credit or debit card, or directly from your checking or savings account.

Pay by Phone

Call 509-766-2505 during normal business hours to pay your bill. You can either use our automated pay-by-phone feature or speak with a customer service representative. Please be sure to have the following items ready when calling:

Your Grant PUD account number
Payment method and details
Amount you would like to pay

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Mail Your Payment

Grant PUD
PO Box 1519
Moses Lake, WA 98837

 

Mail your check or money order payment in the envelope provided with your bill. (Do not send cash.)

Payment Locations

Drop your payment by check or money order*, in the envelope that came with your bill. Ephrata has a drive-up drop box in the parking lot and Moses Lake, Quincy, and Royal City have drop boxes attached to the building. 

*Please, no cash payments. 

Select Your City:

Ephrata - drop box in parking lot

 
PAYMENT ADDRESS

30 C Street SW
Ephrata, WA 98823

HOURS

Office is temporarily closed. 

Monday - Friday
8am - Noon
12:30pm - 4:30pm

Grand Coulee City Hall - Payment Drop Only

 
PAYMENT ADDRESS

306 Midway Ave.
Grand Coulee, WA 99133

Call customer service for additional questions (509) 766.2505

HOURS

During City Hall's
regular business hours.

Mattawa City Hall - Payment Drop Only

 
PAYMENT ADDRESS

521 Government Road
Mattawa, WA 99349

Call customer service for additional questions (509) 766.2505

HOURS

During City Hall's
regular business hours.

Moses Lake - drop box attached to building

 
PAYMENT ADDRESS

312 W. Third Ave.
Moses Lake, WA 98837

HOURS

Office is temporarily closed. 

Monday - Friday

8am - 5pm

Quincy - drop box attached to building

 
PAYMENT ADDRESS

27 B Steet SW
Quincy, WA 98848

HOURS

Office is temporarily closed. 

Monday - Friday

8am - Noon
12:30pm - 4:30pm

Royal City - drop box attached to building

 
PAYMENT ADDRESS

505 Royal Road
Royal City, WA 99357

HOURS

Office is temporarily closed.

Monday - Friday

8am - Noon
12:30pm - 4:30pm

Billing & Payment FAQs

What are the benefits to enrolling in ePay and receiving my monthly bill online?

There are several benefits to ePay:

  • ePay enables you to pay your bill online – no checks, no postage.
  • Automatic email alerts let you know when your latest bill is ready to review. By going paperless, you help the environment by reducing the use of paper in producing a bill and fuel associated with mailing the bill and subsequent payment.
  • You are able to store banking and credit/debit card information for later use.
  • You can review prior bills and payment activity using ePay.
  • You may view and update payment information and view usage history.

Can’t find what you are looking for?

Beware of Scammers

Electricity scammers tactics:

1. They have a caller ID that might look legit
2. They threaten to shut off your power
3. They usually want immediate payment
4. They may want you to use a prepaid debit card
5. They want to pressure you into doing something rash.

Beat them by hanging up and calling us at 509-766-2505 to verify the call.

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