Are you looking to make your Bryan Texas Utilities Payment (BTU)? Are you new to Bryan Texas Utilities Find out about billing payment and how to see your billing history. Contact information is also available.
How do I pay my BTU bill?
You can pay your BTU bills online, by telephone, by mail or in person.
Pay Online Click the green button “Login Here”, to log in, register and view your bill, or manage your account online.
Fill in your Username, Password and follow the prompts for how to manage your online payment.
Click here to register for a Bryan Texas Utilities account and start making payments. hereEnter your account number and your name. Create a username, password, and then follow the prompts for registration.
Pay by Phone Bryan Texas Utilities payment number is 979-821-5700
You can pay by mail BTU Payment Address: Attn Customer Service, P.O. Box 8000, Bryan, TX 77805.
You would like to mail a claim or payment? You can send a claim or payment by mail.
Sign up to receive paperless payments on Bryan Texas Utilities bills Click here hereEnter your username and password to access your account. Log in to your account using your username or password. You can also use the paperless option to manage your account faster and more securely.
Pay in PersonClick here hereYou can search for a BTU payment point near you.
Bryan Texas Utilities Customer Service: For general inquiries, click hereThere are many ways to reach customer service. You can also call 979-821-5700.
Check out the past bills Bryan Texas Utilities allows you to access your past history online once you log in. Click hereTo enter your username or password, click here You can view your billing history anytime from your account.
You want to know more about Bryan Texas Utilities
Bryan bought its first electric distribution system in 1911 from Bryan Ice, Water & Light. Streetlights were also installed on Main Street in Downtown Bryan. Bryan Texas Utilities still exists in Bryan, Texas, more than 100 years later. In 2017, Bryan Texas Utilities proudly donated a new exhibit called the “Bryan Texas Utilities Illumination Station” to the Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley. The 4-x4 LED-lit pegboard allows children to express creativity and improve fine motor skills. Officially opened August 5,ThAll children of the Brazos Valley are invited to enjoy it.