Payment Options

The Wellesley Municipal Light Plant (WMLP) processes all billing and payments of Electric, Water & Sewer charges for the Town of Wellesley. Payments may be made in the following ways:

Direct Debit

The direct debit program allows deduction of the net amount owed on your account from your checking or savings account. An authorization form is required.  You can click on the hyperlink below to submit your authorization directly to the Customer Service Department. A picture of your check must be included.  Once enrolled, you will receive a confirmation email. 


Via website

Ebill is available by clicking on the "Pay a Bill" button located below.  You can set up the payment to be withdrawn from your savings or checking account, or you can pay by Mastercard, American Express or Discover. Visa regulations do not allow for utility payments to be made using their card. There is a convenience fee for credit card payments that is specified on the transaction. Payments can be made 24-hours a day and your utility account will be updated once payment confirmation has been received from the bank.

Online Payments from your financial institution

Please be aware that if you are using online bill payment that your bank or bill paying company may mail us a paper check instead of transferring the money to us electronically.  There will be no remittance slip returned along with the payment so your Town of Wellesley Utility account number must appear on the check. Your account number is sixteen (16) digits long beginning with 63-. If the complete account number is not on your check a delay in processing may result. Please allow for the days your institution tells you to for processing. All payment processing inquiries should be directed to your financial institution.


Payments are accepted at 4 Municipal Way during normal business hours.  There is also a mail slot available after hours.  Payments will be posted to your account on the following business day.

By Mail

Make a payment by returning the remittance slip along with a check or money order using the return envelope that is enclosed with your bill. These payments are sent directly to the bank for processing.