Although disconnect procedures for nonpayment are temporarily paused, this does not removed your responsibilities to pay your electric bill. Your electric use and amount due will continue to accrue as you use electricity. Members are encouraged to pay what you can now to avoid a large bill later.
We have several options listed below.
Sedgwick County Electric Cooperative Territory Map
Sedgwick County Electric Cooperative is governed by a Board of Directors elected by you, our member-owners. Sedgwick County Electric Cooperative service territory is divided into nine territories, with each territory having one member on the Board of Directors. Each
year, three Trustee positions become open after their three-year term expires. Director elections are held during the annual meeting.
Manage Your Account Using Smarthub
Sedgwick County Electric Cooperative now offers on-line bill pay, set recurring check payments, view billing history or your daily usage with SmartHub.
For 24/7 power outage reporting, please call (316) 542-3131
If you are experiencing a power outage, please check your breakers first. We also ask that you check to see if you have an display on your meter. If you do not have a display, you need to report the outage.
Kansas Country Living is a monthly magazine published by Kansas Electric Cooperatives (KEC) and distributed to all Sedgwick County Electric Cooperative member-owners. The magazine is one of our primary methods of communication to our member-owners as each issue contains 4-6 pages dedicated specifically to Sedgwick County Electric Co-op members. Member-owners are informed of energy issues, industry news, community news and other related topics that impact the cooperative and its membership. We’ll also announce meeting dates, events and other services being offered by the Co-op in this section.