ACH Payment Program

ach Payment Program


Payments due to you from the Borough will be sent via electronic transfer and automatically credited to your account at your financial institution. The ACH Payment has been proven to be an efficient and cost effective mechanism for making payments, for increasing payment security, and for eliminating the delays of mail and making manual deposits. Vendors would still need to invoice the Borough as usual, however once the invoice is approved for payment, an electronic remittance advice will be emailed to you and your bank account credited. The remittance advice would be a statement that would include invoice numbers, invoice dates and amounts paid.

 Villages and Political Subdivisions

Payments of revenue sharing, appropriations, grant reimbursements would be credited directly to your organization’s bank by ACH Payment, making the funds available without the delay of mail and having to make manual deposits. The remittance advice would contain what the payments were for and the amounts.

To receive payment electronically from the Lake and Peninsula Borough, please complete the ACH Payee Information ACH enrollment form. The form is included with this letter or can be accessed and downloaded from the link on this page. You may also contact the Finance Department at 907-246-3421 and request a copy of the ACH enrollment form be sent to your address.

In order to update our files we will need a new W-9 completed and remitted with the ACH enrollment documentation. That form is also included with this letter.

After completing the ACH Payee Information form, the signed form along with the completed W-9, should be either emailed or mailed to the Borough’s Finance Office at the following address:

Email: [email protected]

 US Mail:
Lake And Peninsula Borough
Attn.: ACH
PO Box 495
King Salmon, AK 99613-0945

  1. Be sure the ACH Payee Information form is signed by the proper Payee/Company official include their title.
  2. The business Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) is required. If the form is being completed for a company, the IRS assigned Employee Identification Number (EIN) should be entered as the TIN. If the form is being completed for a sole proprietor, the Social Security Number (SSN) should be entered as the TIN.
  3. Please include a telephone contact number and email address.
  4. If you want to have payments for different locations go to different bank accounts, you will need to file a separate enrollment form for each account.

Please contact Nikki Reed at [email protected]  if you have any questions about this process.

We appreciate your business and look forward to providing your company with these more efficient payment options. 

The Borough is enthusiastic about this means of making payments and look forward to working with your organization to make this a successful program.