Property owners will get some financial relief as the Regional District of Nanaimo extended bill payments to 90 days from 30 days. (File photo)

COVID-19: RDN board extends bill payment deadlines

Property owners now have more time to settle spring bill

The Regional District of Nanaimo is extending its payment deadline to 90 days from the usual 30-day period on all spring user fee bills.

The decision was made by the RDN board in their April 28 board meeting to provide property owners impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic some financial relief.

To find out more about paying your bill, including how to set up pre-authorized withdrawal and how to pay through internet or telephone banking or by cheque, visit www.rdn.bc.ca/payments.

READ MORE: Parksville residents get extension on utility bills

If you normally pay your bill in person, please choose one of the other options while our offices remain closed. If you have any questions, please call 250-390-4111.

The RDN issues approximately 17,000 water, sewer and garbage utility bills in May and approximately 3,000 water bills in September each year. Payment terms are usually 30 days, but will be extended to 90 days for the May bills.

NEWS Staff, submitted

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