Skip to Content
Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Residents of Hartley, Iowa, have a new payment processing service, PayPort, to accept payments online and over-the-counter for the city. Through the system, credit cards, debit cards, or eChecks can be used to pay for ambulance bills, camping fees, consumer deposits, mowing and snow removal charges, building permits, tickets, and utility payments.

PayPort, provides an online channel for city government to process secure, real-time payments from citizens. The custom-tailored system gives each municipality the ability to control service items including costs. The hierarchy-based administrative module streamlines user roles and grants access to reporting features, processing transactions, and setting up additional administrative accounts. 

“We want to continue to accommodate our citizens and visitors with a quick and easy online payment system,” said Patty Anderson, Hartley City Clerk, Administrator. The best part of the system is that we don’t have to worry about tracking anyone down for insufficient funds—the system takes care of that by verifying accounts and funds before completing the transaction.”

The city of Hartley partnered with Iowa Interactive, LLC of Des Moines, to provide payment processing solutions using PayPort. The new system replaces an existing system that terminates support and services May 26.


About Iowa Interactive

Iowa Interactive, LLC is responsible for the oversight of the development of the official website for the state of Iowa, The portal operates through a public-private partnership between the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) and Iowa Interactive, LLC, to help Iowa government entities Web-enable their information services. Iowa Interactive builds, operates, maintains and markets and is part of NIC’s (NASDAQ: EGOV) family of companies. Additional information is available at

About NIC

Founded in 1992, NIC (NASDAQ: EGOV) is the nation's leading provider of innovative digital government solutions and secure payment processing, which help make government more accessible to everyone through technology. The family of NIC companies provides digital government solutions for more than 4,500 federal, state, and local agencies in the United States. Forbes has named NIC as one of the “100 Best Small Companies in America” six times and the company has been included four times on the Barron’s 400 Index. Additional information is available at