If you need to pay your city utility bill, you can expect small delays in Amarillo.
The City of Amarillo is upgrading its billing systems
According to a city press release today, an upgrade is underway to update existing billing systems and technology. While this is happening, there will be a disruption in your plans to pay your bill.
Simply put, you won’t be able to.
During the upgrade, you will not be able to pay your bill
Before you get too excited, this doesn’t cancel your bill. Things will return to business as usual.
However, you will not be able to make payments online, over the phone, or in person at City Hall while this is happening. Another good news is that the water service will not be interrupted during this time, according to the press release.
The timeframe for not being able to pay your bill is November 30th at 5pm, through December 2nd. It’s not an incredibly long time, but if you’re planning on making a batch on one of those days, you’ll need to rethink your plans.
The press release states that once the upgrade to the system is complete, there will be no changes to checking accounts.
Untouched by Time: The Historic Homes of Polk Street Then and Now
You know you’ve entered the Amarillo Historic District as soon as you hit the redbrick avenues of downtown. A unique reflection of the past and present, Amarillo’s historic homes appear to stand facing the sidewalk.
These large, carefully designed historic homes are part of one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Amarillo. But most residents would agree that nothing beats the stunning regal beauty of the grand homes on Polk Street. Built by the founding fathers of Amarillo, the looming real estate in South Polk is a sight to behold.
Check out these stunning comparison photos that show how these impressive structures have remained virtually untouched by time.
6th Street through the years – wow! What changed!
Sixth Street in Amarillo looked incredibly different not so long ago. Have you forgotten what she looked like in 2007? Buckle up, the ride is incredible.
See what old Route 66 motels in Amarillo looked like then and now
The heyday of the Mother Road may be long gone, but do you think there are still plenty of old motels where many weary American families rested their heads during their interstate trips?
You wouldn’t believe some of these are still standing, not to mention they’re still alive and (wait for it..) kicking!