Many members have questions about Rights of Way and MEA Utility Easements which are commonly referred to as “Rights of Way” (ROW). An incorrect assumption is that the property is open to the public. The most important thing to remember is that the easements are not public land and landowners retain all rights of ownership with agreed year-round access to utilities. We've answered some Frequently Asked Questions about power line and utility easements below.
If you have questions about rights of way that are not addressed in this information, please contact our ROW department by emailing: email@example.com
You have never been an MEA member or previous membership has been inactive for more than 12 months.
If you are a new member applying for service, you need the following to connect your service:
You are a current member or have been an MEA member at some point in the previous 12 months.
If you are an existing member applying for service, please make sure any outstanding balances have been paid prior to applying for service. Once your payments are current, simply fill out the Service Application or call MEA Member Service with the meter number where you plan to connect.
Cash and check payments are accepted from all members. We accept credit card payments from residential members but do not accept credit card payments for business members.