SIGN UP FOR NEW MEMBERSHIP
THANK YOU FOR REQUESTING SERVICE WITH FULTON COUNTY REMC
Thank you for your interest in requesting service with Fulton County REMC. Fulton County REMC operates as a non-for-profit cooperative business, committed to delivering electricity at the lowest possible price. The Co-op does not generate electricity; it purchases power on behalf of its customer-members.
When you fill out a membership application requesting service from REMC, you become a member of the cooperative. To sign up for a service, a new member must come to the office with a valid photo ID and pay a $35.00 membership fee. An initial deposit may be required prior to connecting service, which is refundable after member has paid twelve bills consecutively by the 20th each month.
If you are renting or leasing the property where service is needed, a rental agreement is required and service will not be connected until the documentation is received.
Bills are issued on a monthly basis, and are due upon receipt. Bills that remain unpaid after the 20th become delinquent, and the account becomes subject to collection and disconnection procedures on the 15th of the following month in accordance with the REMC rules and regulations.
Failure to receive bills does not disqualify you from collections or disconnections. It is the member’s responsibility to ensure the office has the latest contact information.
RIGHT OF WAY
REMC use rights-of-way to access the Cooperative’s electric lines on private property. Properly cleared and accessible rights-of-way help us provide the quick response to service issues and high-level of reliability that our members deserve.
Properly Cleared Right-of-Way
A properly cleared right of way provides ample space for REMC vehicles, employees, and contractors access to the electric lines.
Improperly Cleared Right-of-Way
An improperly cleared right-of-way inhibits access by REMC vehicles, employees, and contractors for the installation, maintenance, and repair of electric lines.