RESIDENTIAL MEMBERS

NEW SERVICE

To establish new service you will need to visit your local Central Electric office (See LOCATIONS).   Here are the required steps for establishing new service: 

FILL OUT THE MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION.   There is a $25.00 membership fee.  At the time of application, you will be required to provide proof of the 911 address. 

FILL OUT THE  APPLICATION FOR SERVICE. 

BRING A GOVERNMENT APPROVED ID WITH YOU.    

DEPOSIT. You may be required to put up a security deposit.  The amount of the deposit you will be required to pay will be determined by your credit rating and the type of service.

SERVICE FEE of $35.00 for each meter will also be collected.

You will need to bring your deed when you come in to apply for service.  

If this is a mobile home, you will need the trailer registration number and bill of sale.

If this is a rental, you will need to bring the rental agreement.   

There is a minimum two day wait from the time you come in to establish service and when it will be connected, unless construction is required.


If this service will be located in Rankin County or Scott County you will also need the following:

NEW CONSTRUCTION
You will need to bring your permit number and your deed or contract.  All parties listed on the deed or contract are  required to sign a Right-of-Way Agreement and Existing Underground Utility Agreement.

AN EXISTING HOME
You will need to bring your deed or contract and an APPLICATION FOR SERVICE.                 

    

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

 APPLICATION FOR SERVICE 

TRANSFERRING SERVICE

To transfer service, you will need to fill out an APPLICATION FOR SERVICE and bring it along with a government approved id to your local CEPA office.  You will also need to bring your contract or deed. 

Your deposit will be reassesed at this time.

Service Fee of  $35.00 will be collected at the time of application.

APPLICATION FOR SERVICE