If your household income has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic you may be eligible for assistance.
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Salem Electric is offering financial assitance to residential members and businesses impacted by Governor Brown's Executive Order.
The Salem Electric Annual Meeting will be held via webinar on May 5 at 6:00 p.m. Members can join the webinar by registering ahead of time.
To further support members impacted by COVID-19, Salem Electric is temporarily suspending disconnects for inability to pay and late fees.
If you are unable to pay your electric bill in full or on time, please contact us at 503-362-3601.
Our office lobby will be closed to the public beginning Monday, March 16.
Salem Electric hosted it's first annual meeting by webinar on May 5, 2020.
Each year Salem Electric offers ten $1,500 scholarships.
Madi Kleiber, Salem Electric's NRECA Youth Tour delegate and Oregon's 2019-2020 Youth Tour delegate, wraps up her year of service.
At the 2020 Annual Membership Meeting, Cindy Condon, Dave Bauer, and Angie Onyewuchi were elected to positions 5, 6, and 7 respectively.
Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, the EV Ride & Drive Event has been canceled. The event will be rescheduled for a later date.
In these uncertain times I want to assure you that Salem Electric is committed to delivering safe, reliable, and affordable power, while taking steps to ensure the health and safety of our employees and members.
Before you pick up a shovel, pick up the phone and call 811.
By taking simple precautions, we can avoid electrical fires, injury, and power outages. Here are some tips to stay safe around electric equipment.
My cooperative journey began when a Salem Electric member encouraged me to place my name on the ballot as a candidate for the Board of Directors. At the time, all board members had been men. With a hesitant heart, I decided to give it a try. The year was 1987.
Each year, capital credits are allocated to Salem Electric members based on the amount of energy they purchased the previous year.
Alicia Bonesteele Retires From the Board
SE has installed 17 nesting platforms throughout our service area to help provide a safe place for osprey to build their nests.
Members have the opportunity to vote for three director positions. We encourage you to vote when your ballot arrives.