Credit Card - Online Payments
Red Deer County is now accepting payments with select credit cards through the OptionPay System. Payments for County services may be paid online or in person at the Red Deer County Office.
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services currently offered on optionpay
In order to make your payments online, there are some required numbers on your notices/bills that you will need. Choose the service type below for instructions on how to find those numbers required to make your payments.
In order to pay your utility bill using OptionPay, you will need the ACCOUNT NUMBER. This can be found on your utility bill.
(Click here to see the example in PDF version).
You will be asked for your ROLL NUMBER when entering payment information for your taxes. This can be found on your tax notice.
(Click here to see the example in PDF version.)
In order to make a payment for an Accounts Receivable - Other, please include the CUSTOMER I.D. and invoice number.
(Click here to see an example bill in a PDF version)
- What is OptionPay?
- Is there an added fee for using OptionPay?
- Why is there an added fee to using OptionPay to pay my County bills?
- Is my credit card/information secure with this program?
OptionPay is a payment card system Red Deer County uses for its online and credit card transactions. You can find more information on OptionPay by visiting their website.
Yes. All transactions carried out through OptionPay follow a tiered fee schedule, starting at a minimum fee of $2.00. View the full fee schedule for using this payment option.
The fees are administered through the OptionPay program for the use of their service, and not through Red Deer County.
OptionPay provides information on their security measures here. Please note that Red Deer County takes no responsibility for and accepts no liability in the event of security breaches, technical difficulties, or other issues that may arise from your use of OptionPay. All users accept responsibility for their use of this service and do so at their own risk.