Attention all San Isabel Electric Association, Inc. members. Scamming issues have been reported in the Walsenburg area. It has been brought to the cooperative's attention that phone calls acting as SIEA and requesting money have been made. This scam requests that members meet them or “their electricity will be shut off.” These types of phone calls are not generated by SIEA. Please be aware of unusual phone numbers calling and requesting payment information and credit card numbers.This is a scam. Consumers are advised if they are in doubt about the call to contact San Isabel directly to verify the information. SIEA members can also make a payment on their account through the automated system by calling 719-547-2160 or on the website at SIEA.COM and click on the eBill logo.
SIEA members can also make a payment on their account through the automated system by calling 719-547-2160 or on the website at SIEA.COM and click on the eBill logo.
San Isabel Electric Association, Inc. is a rural electric cooperative, serving nearly 19,000 members and 24,000 meters in all or parts of seven counties in Southern Colorado. The counties served are Pueblo, Huerfano, Las Animas, Otero, Custer, Costilla and Fremont. It is wholly owned by the people in these counties. The service area covers approximately 9,600 square miles, extending from Pueblo to the New Mexico border.
San Isabel Electric operates on a non-profit basis by returning margins to members on a patronage basis. The SIEA service area is comprised of seven districts, with each districts interest represented by an elected board member. The San Isabel Board Members have the overall responsibility for the policies, which provide guidelines for the management of the system. The SIEA General Manager oversees the day-to-day operations, management staff and employees.
San Isabel Electric Association is one of 44 member cooperatives in a four state area receiving power from Tri-State Generation and Transmission, headquartered in Westminster, Colorado.
"San Isabel Electric Association, Inc. is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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