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Contest incentivizes utility e-bill sign-up with account credit prize

Goodyear encourages environmentally friendly, cost saving option


Would you change the way you receive your utility bill if there was a chance you could win a prize? That is the question behind a contest run by the city of Goodyear to encourage residents to use electronic billing, or e-bills, for utility services. Anyone who currently receives an electronic bill or changes from paper billing to electronic billing between Oct. 31 and Dec. 31 is entered to receive a $50 or $200 bill credit, based on the type of service received from the city.

 “Of the nearly 29,000 utility customers served by the city of Goodyear, eighteen percent receive e-bills. While that is great, we know we can do better, so we decided to run this contest,” said Customer Service Supervisor Johnn Gaio. “We encourage e-billing because it has a positive impact on the environment by using less paper, and it opens up a variety of freedoms for our customers because they are able to access their account and pay their bill anywhere they have email access while eliminating the bulk in their mailbox.”

 In addition to being environmentally friendly and offering digital access to account information, e-bills are more efficient to process and track, improve accuracy and eliminate concerns arising from lost or damaged mail.

For more information, click full contest rules and to sign up for electronic billing click on the blue register button above. 

Note:  you must wait one business day after your account is active to enroll.


Goodyear residents can opt to receive paperless utility bills by email.  Start managing your household paperwork by eliminating it! Register for eBill today!

Once registered, you'll begin receiving utility bills by email with your very next statement. You must  wait one business day after your account is active before you can sign up for eBill.  All payment options are available with eBill including credit card, check, money order and cash. Pay online, by mail or in person.

If you need to make changes to your existing eBill preferences or stop your eBill notifications please visit change preferences.  You will need your account number and service address to make any changes.

 Note:  you must wait one business day after your account is active to enroll.