FYI: Fayetteville bill payments to be limited on Jan. 17

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Payments made to the city this Thursday (Jan. 17) will only be available on a limited basis.

That’s because an upgrade to the city’s financial software will require some downtime for the system that accepts payments.

In-person payments will not be accepted after 3 p.m., and web payments will not be accepted between 3-7 p.m.

The limitations are for all city payments, including utility bills, parking tickets, court fines, business licenses, and all other fees or invoices.

Everything should be back up and running on Friday, Jan. 18, according to a news release.

From the release:

This upgrade will update the city’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software to the latest version. The new ERP version provides the foundation for future enhancements to utility web payments and centralizing over-the-counter payment processing into a single software application. Both of these future enhancements are part of the Mayor’s commitment to digital infrastructure and improved customer service.

For information on how to make online payments, visit