At their December 19, 2016 meeting, Dublin Borough Council will begin reviewing proposed changes to Zoning and Subdivision & Land Development Ordinances as presented by the Dublin Borough Planning Commission on November 14, 2016.
The proposed amendments are the next step in the Borough's efforts to implement the goals and objectives of the 2013 Revitalization & Visioning Plan.
CLICK HERE to review the Planning Commission's recommendations and review the history of the Borough's revitalization efforts since 2012.
Dublin Borough Accepting Credit Cards and Online Payments
Dublin Borough is now accepting Credit Card and E-Check payments ONLINE. Residents and property owners can pay utility bills using Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express online. There is also an option to pay with an E-Check online ONLY.
There is a Convenience Fee of $4.95 per transaction with a maximum payment amount of $600.00. Balances more than $600.00 can make multiple transactions with an additional Convenience Fee applied with each transaction. There is no maximum payment amount for the E-Check service. The $4.95 Convenience Fee is a processing fee charged to the user for the service and is not collected by or received by Dublin Borough.
Residents and property owners can also pay utility bills and permit fees with a Credit Card in Borough Hall during normal business hours at 119 Maple Avenue. The E-Check payment option is not available at Borough Hall, it is only available online.
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