MADISON, NJ - The Borough has officially launched a long anticipated new on-line utility bill pay platform called ‘MyGovHub’.
The new payment platform is part of a larger utility billing upgrade that was launched at the direction of the Mayor and Council.
“We are encouraging everyone to sign up,” said Councilman Carmela Vitale who is the borough liaison to the Utility Department. “In addition to paying on-line with an e-check, residents can review their payment history, billing history and current balances.”
In addition to the new on-line bill pay system, residents will now receive one bill for their water and electric service. In the past, residents were mailed two separate bills in one envelope.
“The merging of the water and electric bills will save paper and save staff time,” said Mayor Bob Conley.
“The new bills also include barcode on the payment stub which will make the payment processing easier for our employees. This is an another example of how Madison is working towards achieving our strategic goal of providing better service to our residents," Conley added.
Residents are encouraged to visit www.rosenet.org to sign up for the new service.
“This is a great program and I am very proud of our staff for making it happen,” said Councilwoman Vitale. “This saves staff time, reduces borough costs and improves services to our residents”.