For all other electric services added to your property.Union Rural Electric Cooperative
When needing any additional electric service (other than your home)
examples: barns, out-building, pool-house or any other added electric need.
STEP 1: APPLICATION FOR NEW SERVICE
To establish new service at a location that does not have an existing meter,and you are not a current URE member. MEMBERS ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE A NEW MEMBER APPLICATION. Then complete this questionnaire that will supply specific information about your energy needs. Before speaking with a URE member service representative, please review the list of questions you will be asked. The information requested must be completed BEFORE an appointment with an engineer can be scheduled.
STEP 2: MEET WITH THE FIELD ENGINEER
Buildings and property lines MUST be staked PRIOR to any meeting in the field with an engineer.
PRIOR to the meeting in the field, members must provide the URE office with a copy of the
Grantor’s Deed. This document will contain: Recorder Instrument Number, Permanent Parcel Number and Address with Acres.
The engineer will cover a number of items during the meeting including:
• Service routes/Meter locations
• Tree trimming
• Member responsibilities
• Temporary construction
• CIAC (Contributions In Aid of Construction)
STEP 3: ENGINEERING THE PROJECT
During the engineering phase - construction drawings are prepared. The engineer will gather information about existing and planned facilities. Service routes and easements requirements will be determined and site conditions will be discussed. If CIAC is required, an invoice will be sent to the member.
STEP 4: MEMBER RESPONSIBILITIES
If easement is needed, notarized signatures will be required. If CIAC is needed, payment in full will be required before construction of electric facilities is scheduled. In addition, a final passing County inspection number must be provided.
STEP 5: CONSTRUCTION
Failure to meet the above requirements will delay construction. There may be additional construction responsibilities that must be completed (e.g., tree trimming) before work is scheduled.
Construction specifications can be found here: documents library