NOTICE: Online Bill Pay & Card Payments For Wilmington Water & Sewer Bills Are Temporarily Unavailable

Below is an announcement from Wilmington Town Manager Jeff Hull: 

Dear Customers,

We are reaching out to inform you that we are unable to process online payments nor in-person card payments for Water & Sewer bills at this time. This affects payment of Water & Sewer bills only.  

This is a vendor-related issue that we recently learned will not be resolved within the next two weeks. We plan to send out another notice when our payment options return to normal. We understand and apologize for this inconvenience as Water & Sewer bills are scheduled to be mailed August 1st.

We are still accepting payment by the following options:

  • By check or cash paid in-person at our Treasurer/Tax Collector’s office located in Room 1 at Town Hall, 121 Glen Road, Wilmington. Cash payment can only be made in-person.
  • By check mailed and made out to the Town of Wilmington.
  • Or by dropping off your payment by check in a sealed and addressed envelope to our mail slot/dropbox located to the left of the Town Hall front door.

For additional information on payments to the Town of Wilmington, please visit

If you have questions or concerns about your Water & Sewer bills, please reach out to us. We are available in-person at Town Hall Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm or by phone by calling 978-658-3116 or 978-658- 3531.

Thank you,

Jeff Hull

Town Manager

Town of Wilmington


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