E-Pay allows you to safely pay bills to local governments and state agencies at your convenience.


IMPORTANT NOTICE: We have recently implemented Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards requirements that may interfere with your ability to use E-Pay. If you receive an error message when attempting to access E-Pay, please consult our browser information page for more information.


Local governments and state agencies use E-Pay to offer their constituents easier, faster payment choices. E-Pay participants can choose to accept credit cards, bankcards and/or electronic check payments online, by phone or in person.


Contact us if you want more information on offering E-Pay or if you are having trouble making a payment.


E-Pay complies with the Local Government Acceptance of Credit Cards Act (ILCS-345) and prevailing credit card rules.


Get answers to your Frequently Asked Questions regarding E-Pay

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Please enter the full name of the Government Unit, please include the word(s) at the end "county," "village of," "city of," "university," etc. in your search. If you need further assistance making a payment, please go to the FAQs section on How to Pay Online.