BPU Customer Service Lobby Closed Due To COVID-19

JAMESTOWN – The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities Customer Service lobby will be closed after employees in the building tested positive for COVID-19.

The utility says the closure will last through Monday, January 17 with the lobby reopening to the public the following day at 9 a.m.








During the closure, customers may call 661-1660 to schedule an in-person appointment to make a cash payment, to sign up for service, or to pick up stickers or yard waste bags.

BPU representatives making the appointments will explain precautions that must be followed to enter the office area.









Customers are reminded to take advantage of the BPU’s online and phone payment systems. Drop boxes for checks and money orders are available in the BPU Customer Service parking lot, on Tracy Plaza and in the Jamestown Police Department vestibule.

 















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