We understand that families and individuals may find it challenging during these times to meet utility bill payment deadlines due to the Covid-19 pandemic. If you are having trouble paying your utility bill, we have resources that may be able to help!
Monmouth Power and Light helps fund the ARCHES program that offers emergency housing and utility assistance to eligible households within Polk County. To find out if you’re eligible please contact Mid-Willamette Community Action Agency at (503) 399-9080 ext. 4003 or complete the COVID Relief Assessment (insert link for assessment here)
Please visit http://mwvcaa.org/utility-and-rental-assistance/ for more details
Click here for more information on signing up for utilities.
Online and credit card payment is now available!
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To Report a Power Outage
- Please call us at (503) 838-3526 at anytime.
to find tips on how to save money and energy within your home according to US Dept of Energy.
Building a new house?
Fill out an New Load Questionnaire and add it to your building permit application packet.
Building a commercial building?
Fill out an New Load Questionnaire
and add it to your building permit application packet.
Street Banner Application
Interested in having a banner hung across Main Street for your next event free of charge? Banners will get hung on Main Street at the Warren Street intersection in Monmouth (in front of City Hall). If you have any questions please contact us at 503.838.3526.
Energy Efficiency Incentive Program
We offer cash incentives for many weatherization and conservation measures. Call 503.838.3526 to get pre-approval on all measures! Learn more.
Power Friendly Trees
Download a list of City Approved Trees
or Power Friendly Trees
that you may plant under or near power lines.
Power Portfolio/Green Energy
Ever wonder where the energy that powers your home comes from? Over 95% of our power (or more depending on the year) is emission free and is generated through the Bonneville Power Administration. Our primary source of power generation comes from river dams all across the Pacific NW.
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Call before you dig
Visit Dig Safely Oregon
to submit a locate before beginning any excavation, this prevents damage to underground facilities, service interruptions, and bodily injury.
Cyclic annual inspections are conducted on Monmouth Power and Light's electrical system as required by the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC). Learn more