Big Bend Electric Cooperative Inc. is currently seeking a Staking Engineer for our Ritzville or Mesa, WA location. Ritzville is located at the junction of I-90 and 395 in Adams County and Mesa is located approximately 30 miles north of Pasco, WA in a rural setting.
Metering Specifications Handbook
Several Big Bend Electric members have recently received calls by scammers who are calling residents and impersonating utility staff, claiming to be collecting on late bills. How the Scam Works: The phone rings, and the person on the other line identifies her/himself as a representative from your local electric, water or gas company. He or she tells […]
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For your convenience we have installed a new drop box at the TRAC Center located at 6600 Burden Blvd, Pasco WA 99301. Do not drop cash. Please allow 2 business days for your payment to be processed. Be sure to include your bill stub or an account number, name, address and phone number with your payment. […]
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If you’re planning on building a new service or upgrading an existing service, please contact our office and speak to an engineer prior to starting any work. We have provided a metering specification handbook to assist you with this process.
Now available – Online access to account information, paperless billing, Pay-By-Phone 24/7, account notifications via email or text message and much more! SmartHub® SmartHub is a convenient two-way communication program that allows members to access their Big Bend Electric account information through personal computers and mobile devices, including iPhone, iPad and Android smart phones and […]
Use caution when working around overhead and underground power lines. Maintain proper clearances when working near power lines. Contact the cooperative if you are unsure about power line clearances. Please do not stack hay, fruit bins or other objects under power lines. Before digging, call (800) 424-5555 or 811 to have underground utility lines located […]