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Utility Bills are generated and mailed the 20th of each month and payment shall be paid by the 15th day of the following month to avoid late charges. On or after the 16th day of the month, if statement is not paid in full, a 2% penalty shall be added. Late payment will be collected until the first business day following the 5th of the following month. After the 5th, any unpaid accounts are subject to disconnect.
January 20th - Utility Bills are generated and mailed
February 15th - Utility Bill payment due date to avoid late penalty charges
February 16th - 2% penalty added to all unpaid accounts (For utility bills generated and mailed on January 20th)
March 5th - All unpaid accounts are subject to disconnect (For utility bills generated and mailed on January 20th)
Option 1: Customers may pay their bill by cash, check, or Credit Card at City Hall or by dropping either cash or check payments in either of the two drop boxes provided at 245 West 4th Street.
Option 2: Customers may request that their monthly statement be automatically withdrawn from their bank at no charge.
Option 3: For a variable convenience fee of 2.75% of the total credit card payment or a $1.00 charge for e-check, Customers may make payments through Payment Services Network. (Online at www.cityofwray.org or toll free at 877-885-7968).
Monday – Lincoln Street and west.Tuesday – Dexter Street between 3rd and 7th west to city limits and Hale Street between 7th and 11th west to Lincoln Street.Wednesday – Hale Street between 7th and 11th east to Blake Street and Dexter between 3rd and 7th east to Main Street.Thursday – Main Street between 3rd and 7th east to Grove, Main Street between N.R.R. and 3rd east to Ivy Street and all north of railroad tracks.Friday – Southridge, Canyon Court, and Meadowlark Lane.
Collection sites vary depending on location. The most common collection site is curbside, however some collection sites are located behind your house in the alley. If you are unclear as to which collection site applies to you, please call City Hall at 970-332-4431.
.20 cents a copy
The Library accepts donations of gently used materials. We will evaluate the material to see if it will be added to the collection.
Ask at the circulation desk for a library card application. You will need a picture identification and verification of your current address. Parents need to be present to sign their children's applications for a library card.
Free wireless Internet access is available at the Wray Public Library. The library is pleased to offer this service to all the visitors. There is no time limit on the library's WiFi.
You can call the library at 332.4744 and we will be happy to renew it over the phone, or you can stop in. Renewal limit is based upon holds of the item.
The Wray Museum is open weekly Tuesday through Saturday from Noon to 4 pm.
Suggested Admission to the Wray Museum is $5.00 per person or $10.00 per family. East Yuma County Historical Society Members receive free admission.
You pay what you are able to pay, it is not a firm admission fee. This allows people who are on a budget, to pay what they can afford. We want the Wray Museum to be accessible to everyone, regardless of how much they can spend. Remember admission fees help us maintain our wonderful Museum.
Group tours can be schedule at anytime by call the Wray Museum. Please give us a 48 hour prior notice. There is any additional charge for tours outside of normal business hours.
Food and drinks are not allowed in the galleries. Special permission is granted on a case by case basis for tours and program.
Emotional support animals are not allowed in the Wray Museum.
You will need to fill out the online volunteer/background check form here. You can also contact the Recreation Director at 970-332-4419.
We offer NFL Flag Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer, Baseball (including coach pitch & T-ball) and Softball. For a full list of activities and descriptions please view our Youth Programs Brochure.
We offer free Bike & Trike Races, a free Knockout Basketball Tournament and a Coed Adult Softball Tournament.
We offer Tots of Fun classes, Chefs in Training classes and additional seasonal classes are offered on a regular basis. Please check back regularly on our website and Wray Recreation Facebook Page for current and upcoming activities.
Yes, you can pay with a credit card at City Hall for recreation activities but there is a 2% convenience charge added to the total. We only accept cash or check at the Wray Aquatic Center.
The Wray Aquatic Center is open everyday, Memorial Day through the second week in August, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
For more information:
Pool Schedule 2017
A family membership for the entire season is $200 for a family of four living in the same household. Each additional member in the same household is $15.
A single child membership for ages 12 and under is $75.
A single adult membership for ages 13 and up is $100.
The outside temperature needs to be 65 degrees or above for the pool to open to the public.
The Wray Aquatic Center offers Parent/Child Sessions and Learn to Swim Sessions.
Session 1 is June 5-9, 2017
Session 2 is June 12-16, 2017
Learn To Swim Sessions:
Session 1 is June 19-23, 2017
Session 2 is July 10-14, 2017
Potential lifeguards must be 15 years old by the last day of the lifeguard training class and must be 16 years old or older in order to teach swim lessons.
To qualify to work at the concessions or front gate you must be 14 years old or older.
The Wray Aquatic Center will be closed for lightning, thunder or heavy rain. Refunds will not be given for early closures due to inclement weather. All closures will be announced over the intercom system during operating hours. All closures will be posted on our Wray Pool Facebook page and signs will be posted at the entrance to the pool.