DEARBORN – Residents will soon have even more convenient options for making city bill payments.
A new DivDat bill payment kiosk was placed in the newly-renovated vestibule at the main entrance of the Dearborn Administrative Center, 16901 Michigan Ave., and will be accessible 24/7 as part of a pilot program.
The pilot program will last through Jan. 3. After that, data will be evaluated to determine permanent operating hours for the kiosk.
Through the DivDat kiosk, residents can pay their water and tax bills with cash, check or card. There is a 3 percent convenience fee applied to all debit or credit card transactions.
There are also several more DivDat Kiosks located in Dearborn:
• One additional kiosk inside the DAC during normal business hours, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
• Dearborn Fresh Supermarket, 13661 Colson.
• Super Greenland Market, 12715 W. Warren Ave.
In addition, residents who want to limit their outings for public health reasons can also pay their bills by e-check or credit card on the DivDat phone app.
More information on DivDat can be found on its website, https://www.divdat.com.