Welcome to SMPA
Responding to Member Needs
As a result of the increasing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, SMPA is taking measures to sustain electric service to our communities, no matter what. This includes looking out for individuals and businesses who experience a financial hardship related to the circumstance. In addition to providing options for helping you afford your power bill, SMPA has suspended service disconnects for non-pay for residential and small-commercial accounts. We also recognize that small measures can add up to a big impact, therefore late fees have been suspended as well.
The Bottom Line:
As a not-for-profit electric cooperative, our bottom line is you. We understand how this pandemic is already affecting our local economy and we are here to help. Therefore, if you are having trouble paying your bill please give us a call and we will set up a plan that works for you.
NOTICE: SMPA Offices Closed to the Public Until Further Notice in Order to Help Ensure Reliable Electric Service
SMPA has been monitoring recent events associated with COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
|Read the Letter from the CEO.|
We are proactively instituting an Infectious Disease Outbreak Response Plan. Please read this letter from the CEO to learn about it.
Through recent technological advancements, SMPA can accommodate nearly all services remotely.
To pay your bill or access your account, please use our automated phone system (970) 626-5549, or (970) 864-7311 then press 2 - or log in to SmartHub for a variety of account services at https://smpa.smarthub.coop/Login.html. You can also download the SmartHub app on your mobile device. If you need help with this or any other service, please call one of the above numbers during regular business hours.
Interested in Running for the Board?
Read the COVID-19 Modifications to the Nomination Process
Pandemic or not, our democratic governance process continues. Board seats for District #1 including Nucla, Naturita and the West End of Montrose County and District #4 including Colona, Log Hill, and certain parts of Telluride are up for election this year. Those interested in becoming candidates for either of these directorships must submit their documentation, including nominations from 15 valid members in their district by April 27th, 2020. Click here to learn how the process works with new "social distancing" procedures.