Online Payments

Pay Utilities Bills

Online Utility Billing and Payment is an easy way for you to manage your St. Robert utility account. To view your billing statements online, see payment and usage history, and make online payments, follow the instructions to register your account.

For your convenience, the city of St. Robert accepts payments online with:

  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Electronic check
  • MasterCard
  • Visa


Payments are processed through Federal Payment Solutions. Federal Payments charges a convenience fee of $4.75 for credit card payments and $1.50 for electronic check. Federal Payment Solutions has a $500 per transaction limit on credit card payments. If you need to make a payment over $500, you will need pay by electronic check or make your payment by phone. If you have a question regarding this limit, please contact us.

Payment Dates

Payments made Monday through Thursday will not post to your account until the next day. Payments made Friday, Saturday, Sunday and all legal holidays will be posted the next business day. Please keep this in mind when making your payment online to avoid a late penalty.

Disconnection Notice

If you have received a disconnect notice, please keep in mind that your online payment will not post to your account until the next business day. Your payment must be posted to your account two days prior to the cut off date on your notice to avoid service disconnection and a reconnect fee being applied.

Pay Municipal Tickets Online

The Staint Robert Municipal Court accepts ticket and/or fine payments online. Please read the information carefully before making your payment online.

City Real Estate Taxes

City Real Estate Taxes are now collected by the Pulaski County Collector and will be reflected on your Pulaski County Tax Bill. Find information regarding how to pay your City Real Estate Taxes.

On September 8, 2009, the Board of Alderman voted to cease levying and collecting personal property taxes from owners of personal property within the city of St. Robert. Therefore, St. Robert residents will not received a personal property bill from the city of St. Robert.