Can my check payment be deposited directly to my bank account, rather than having a check mailed?
The County of York offers direct deposits to all of our vendors for their check payments. Like checks, these payments are entered into the computer on Thursdays and instead of having a check printed, the payment is automatically deposited into your bank account on the morning of the Tuesday pay date. This saves time on the mail service delivering your check to you, and time that you would spend on going to the bank to deposit the check. This also defrays the possibility of a check being mailed to the incorrect address or being lost in the mail.


You can mail, fax, or hand deliver the form to the Accounts Payable office. We are located in the Finance Building in historic Yorktown, directly beside the County courthouse. View and complete the
Vendor Direct Deposit Authorization Form (PDF).

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1. We have not received our check yet, it may be lost in the mail. Can you check to see if our check has been cashed yet?
2. Can my check payment be deposited directly to my bank account, rather than having a check mailed?
3. Our invoice has not been paid yet, do you know when it will be paid?
4. I received a check from York County, how can I know what it is for?
5. I received a 1099 statement from the County, in the mail. What is it, and what am I supposed to do with it?