53 East Church Street
William George, Electric Department Superintendent
Office Hours: Monday through Friday 7:00 am to 3:30 pm
Newton Falls is a proud member of American Municipal Power.
Located at 53 Water Street, the Electric Division offices are staffed to provide immediate assistance to customers. This division installs and maintains all electric meters, lines and street lighting. The operation of the Electric Department consists of the maintenance and upgrading of the electrical system. The Electric Department has approximately four miles of 69 Kv transmission line feeding two substations. Facilities include two substations, all circuits which provide 12.5 kV to all of Newton Falls and to some areas in Newton Falls and Braceville Townships – and there is plenty of power available for industrial and commercial expansion. The total distribution system consists of approximately 21 miles of distribution circuits.
In case of an electrical outage, please call the Newton Falls Police Department at 330-872-5757.
Please do not touch or attempt to move any downed power lines. Please report downed power lines to the Newton Falls Police Department at 330-872-5757.
Newton Falls’ municipally-owned electric service rates are generally lower than similar services provided by privately-held companies in other northeast Ohio communities, allowing Newton Falls residents to keep more money where it really counts… in their pockets.
Newton Falls participates in the Efficiency Smart program.
The Village of Newton Falls has a partnership with Efficiency Smart to bring the benefits of energy efficiency directly to Newton Falls Electric customers to help you reduce the cost of making energy-efficient improvements. Efficiency Smart services include rebates for energy-efficient residential appliances and lighting; free removal of old, inefficient refrigerators and freezers from homes; and rebates for more than 90 energy-efficient products and services for businesses. Efficiency Smart also offers technical assistance, account management services, and customized financial incentives for large commercial and industrial customers.
To learn more about how you or your business can begin taking advantage of these savings, visit Efficiency Smart’s website at www.efficiencysmart.org or contact its customer service staff at 1-877-889-3777 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about your electric utility bill, please call the Utility Billing Office at 330-872-5990.
Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council (NOPEC) is the largest governmental retail energy aggregator in the United States. Our members are communities (residential and small busineeses) throughout Northeast Ohio.l We have almost 200 member communities in 13 counties. For almost 15 years we have saved communities and members more than $218 million dollars and have provided more than $16 million in NOPEC community energy efficiency grants. For more information about NOPEC www.nopecinfo.org