The City of Duncan is introducing new online payment options. (File photo)

City of Duncan offers online payment option

Initiative makes paying municipal bills easier

The City of Duncan has expanded its online bill-paying options.

In addition to already being able to claim home owner grants online, residents can now pay for parking tickets, business licences and pet licences at any time with a credit card.

“This is an exciting step for the city as we continue to build and focus on the needs of our citizens,” said Mayor Phil Kent.

“This online payment system is safe, protects your privacy and simplifies payment options, making it fast and efficient.”

Payments for parking tickets and home owner grants can be made without registration.

To use all other online services, people will need to register and link their account number to their access code/PIN.

Users will find both their account number and access code/PIN printed on any bills, renewal notices or statements they receive from the city.

Users can also obtain their account number and access code by calling the city at 250-746-6126.

For more information about the system, please go online and visit: www.duncan.ca.

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