Choose The Option Right For You
Lane-Scott Electric offers several ways to pay your bill, giving you the opportunity to choose the one that works best for you.
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With the SmartHub website, payments can be made anytime either using a bank account or credit card. There is no charge when using your bank account or credit card. Bill payment history is available for you to monitor your previous payments. For security purposes, Lane-Scott Electric employees can not reset a forgotten password for you.
Pay In Person
Pay by check, cash, credit or debit card at our office located at 410 S. High Street in Dighton. Our office is open M-F 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. - 5 p.m., excluding holidays.
A payment kiosk is located in our foyer if you choose to pay with cash, check, credit or debit card after hours. Note: It is helpful to have your account numbers when paying by kiosk.
Or you can drop-off a check at the Ness City, City Office located at 208 W. Main St., Ness City, KS.
Located in the Lane-Scott Electric office foyer you can pay your bill by cash, check, credit or debit card 24/7.
- This is for electric utility account payments only
- Know your account number(s) or have your bill available
- Cash payments accept bills only
- No cash back
- Money orders not accepted
- Fast Pass Option: Saves your account info for future us by scanning the bar code on your receipt
- Available in English or Spanish
Automatic Payment Plan
Utilize Lane-Scott Electric's automatic bill payment program and have funds automatically deducted from your checking account each month. No more writing checks, paying for postage, or mailing your electric bill. It's all taken care of and there's never a late payment.
Click below to learn more and to access the automatic payment form.
Pay By Mail
Pay by check to Lane-Scott Electric, P.O. Box 758, Dighton, KS 67839.
Plan accordingly! Payments must be received in our office on or prior to the due date. Our mail is routed to Wichita first, which sometimes adds additional time to receive mail from the postal service.
We do not use the postmarked date as the date payment was received.
Drop Box Locations
You can pay 24 /7 at our either of our two conveniently located drop boxes.
Located at the Lane-Scott Electric office foyer in Dighton, 410 S. High Street, Dighton or the City of Ness City office at 208 W. Main Street in Ness City, KS. (The Ness City drop box only accepts payment by check).
Pay By Phone
Members can call our automated pay-by phone system at 855-356-6351, 24-hours a day to pay with a credit or debit card. You will need to know your account number to ensure accuracy. If paying multiple accounts, you will need to know ALL account numbers for payments to post correctly.
Easily sign-up for Paperless Billing through our SmartHub online management program. View current or past bills anytime and receive e-mail or text notifications when your bill is available.
Sign-up for SmartHub HERE
Select My Profile - My Information - Update My Paperless Settings - Toggle setting to On
Pay Ahead Power
Pay Ahead Power is a member managed program that gives members control of their electric account. There is no deposit, no late fees, no due date, and no monthly statement. You decide when and how much electricity to purchase. This program is only available for residential meters, and you must complete a Pay Ahead Power Service Agreement before beginning.
Pay Ahead Power members must create a SmartHub account, which is our online member account management website and app, to monitor your electricity use and account balance. Read our comprehensive Pay Ahead Power Member Manual for all the details or call the office.
Available for members with a residential service who prefer to pay the same amount each month. Budget billing helps keep costs under control during seasonal highs and lows. The payment amount is determined by taking the average of your monthly payments from the previous year (October - September). Payments are reevaluated each year based on the previous year's electricity use.
In order to apply you must have been a cooperative member for at least one year with a electric usage history for the residential meter.
Your bill will reflect how much your monthly charge is compared to what your budget billing amount is. Each member is still responsible for the energy they consume over the 12-month period.