Oakdale utility customers can now pay bills online

  • Updated: April 26, 2014 - 2:00 PM

Paying water and sewer bills is expected to soon get easier for Oakdale residents, who will now have the option of paying their bills online, over the telephone or on a smartphone app, city officials said.

Utility customers can pay their bills by logging on to the city’s website, www.ci.oakdale.mn.us, by downloading the PSN (Payment Service Network) app or by calling PSN’s toll-free automated service line at 877-885-7968.

“Our customers can now pay by credit or debit card as well as make electronic payments from checking or savings,” finance director Suzy Warren said in a news release. “Customers can pay immediately, schedule payments, or set up Auto Pay for the amount of the bill or a set budgeted amount.”

Mayor Carmen Sarrack added: “It’s great to do something that benefits our residents while, at the same time, is kinder to the environment.”

Customers still have the option of having their bills sent by mail, officials said.

For more information, contact the city at 651-501-5309, 651-730-2710 or 651-730-2714 or PSN at 866-917-7368.

Woodbury

Community Expo set at East Ridge High

The fifth annual Woodbury Community Expo, the largest event of its kind in the east metro, runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 3, at East Ridge High School, 4200 Pioneer Drive, Woodbury.

One hundred sixty businesses and exhibitors will be on hand, including home improvement services, health and medical businesses, sports/fitness operations, nonprofits and officials from schools and local government. The free event will also include many activities and entertainment.

In conjunction with the expo, Memorial Blood Centers and the Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce are teaming up to host a blood drive. All blood types are needed, especially O-negative and O-positive.

Soccer training facility to open this summer

Minnesota United FC, the state’s only professional soccer team, will move into its new training facility at the soon-to-be-completed Bielenberg Sports Center this summer, team officials said.

United FC, which plays in the North American Soccer League, announced its partnership with the city of Woodbury last fall. Their agreement calls for the construction of a 7,500-square foot soccer-specific practice facility, which will be connected to the new 90,000-square foot multipurpose fieldhouse being built off Radio Drive. The training facility is being funded by the team, officials said.

Washington County

Police chief, attorney named to YSB board

Woodbury public safety director and police chief Lee Vague has joined the board at the Youth Service Bureau (YSB), along with an attorney with the Washington County attorney’s office.

The YSB announced the additions of Vague and Susan Harris, who works in the Juvenile Division of the county attorney’s office, earlier this month, bringing its board to nine members.

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