(WNY News Now) – The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities (BPU) has released its schedule for Veterans’ Day, which includes office closures, garbage collection, and important payment options.
Jamestown – In honor of Veterans’ Day, the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities (BPU) has announced its operating schedules and office closures for the upcoming holiday. On Friday, November 10, BPU offices will remain closed, resuming regular business hours on Monday, November 13, at 9 a.m.
During the week of November 6-10, garbage and recycling collection will continue as scheduled. This week’s designated recyclable material is paper, so residents are encouraged to participate in the recycling program.
For those with yard waste disposal needs, the BPU Yard Waste Site will be open from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 11. This will be the final opportunity of the year to utilize this service.
Customers should be aware of convenient payment options available. BPU bills can be paid online using credit cards, debit cards, or e-checks by visiting the official BPU website at www.jamestownbpu.com and clicking on the blue “My Account” button. Additionally, phone payments are accepted by calling 716-661-1660, extension 3.
If you prefer to make payments in person, drop-off boxes are available at several locations for your convenience. You can leave payments at the Customer Service Office parking lot along the “D” driveway at 92 Steele Street, inside the Jamestown Police Department vestibule on the East Second Street side of City Hall, and outside the Third Street entrance of City Hall on Tracy Plaza. Payments made through drop boxes should be in the form of a check or money order.
In case of trouble or emergencies in any BPU Division after regular business hours, customers are encouraged to contact the BPU at 716-661-1640. This number is dedicated to addressing reports of trouble and ensuring the swift resolution of any issues.
The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities is committed to serving its customers and ensuring the continuity of essential services, even during holidays. With a variety of payment methods and a commitment to responsiveness, the BPU strives to provide quality service to the community.
As Veterans’ Day approaches, residents are reminded to take note of these scheduling changes to avoid any inconvenience.