Burbank has roots that go back to 1886, this was when the company was brought together to bring power and water to the area that was marked out for Burbank City. Work was undertaken and in 1913 Burbank sold bonds worth $20,000 to enable them to purchase the electricity facilities that were already there. They also sold on $50,000 which was used to pay for the water facilities that were already there but then owned by L.C Brand and El Miradero Water Company.
By 1914 the water system was ready to provide. They have the lowest water rates in the whole region and have already committed to ensuring 33% of their energy will be coming from sources that are renewable by 2020. They try to be as environmentally friendly as possible and even the water they provide is 15% recycled.
Burbank Water And Power Bill Pay options
To enable their customers to pay their bills no matter how hectic their lifestyles are they have ensured they have a choice as to how they wish to pay. The payment options are online, direct debit, US mail, in person and over the phone.
To pay your bills online you will need to create an account at burbankwaterandpower.com. You can do this online and once set up, you will only have to enter your username and password to log on as the system will safely store your details for your return.
If you would not like to create an account but would like to pay your bill as a one off you can just make a quick payment. Your details will not be stored so if you need to use this service again you will have to start from scratch.
Pay by direct debit
You can have your bill payments taken from your account each month which means you will not have to remember to pop that bill in the post, make a phone call or log on after a hard day at work. To set up direct debit payments you will need to download the online form, bu visit burbankwaterandpower.com, print it off and send it back. If you are nearing your bill payment date you should pay by your usual method until you have received confirmation that the direct debit has been set up.
Pay by post
If you prefer, you can post your payment to Burbank. You will have to remember that it will take a few days to receive and process the payment so you should take this into account and get your payment sent early to avoid receiving a late payment fee. The address to send payments to is Burbank Water and Power, P.O. Box 631, Burbank, CA 91503-0631.
Pay in person
You can pop into the office at 164 West Magnolia Blvd to make your payment or drop it off to one of their payment boxes. There is a list of payment box locations on their website.