Getting Power On
Are you moving into a home on the Heartland system? Or maybe you need to have the electric service put in your name?
- First, fill out an application to become a member of Heartland
- Because you are a member of a cooperative, you will need to pay the $5 membership fee
- A security deposit may be required as well
You can apply online for residential or corporate membership to Heartland. To get started, select the appropriate option:Residential Membership Application Corporate Membership Application
If you have any trouble with the application forms, please contact us at (800) 835-9586.
Adding Service at a New Location
If you need electric service for a new location then Heartland will need to get some construction done before we can turn on your power.
Examples of a new location include:
- New homes
- New oil and gas wells
- Previously unserved lake lots
Applying for Service
- This “Application for Service” form will collect all the information we need to get started on getting power to your location
- Submit this completed form to our office
- A $250 engineering deposit is required
- We will make arrangements to come meet you at your property and work together to build the service to best serve your needs
- You may need to pay for some of the construction costs depending on your plans for the property how much work is required
- When the construction work is done, you just need to become a member and Heartland will get the power turned on
For more information, call our office at (800) 835-9586.
- Application for Service – Residential (PDF)
- Application for Service – Commercial (PDF)
- New Construction and Line Extension Guide (PDF)
- Right of Way and Clearing Guide (PDF)
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