The outbreak of COVID-19 has affected all of our lives. As a critical service, Red Lake Electric continues to provide our members with the safe and reliable electricity they expect. We are still taking precautions every day to protect the safety of our employees and our members. Our employees are working and respecting the social distancing guidelines when they work together!
For those of you who typically make your payments in person and would like an alternative way to make a payment here are some options: 1) drive up drop box 2) drop box on the building by the front entrance 3) sign up for auto pay or 4) make a payment over the phone, online or via mobile app through SmartHub.
Rest assured that we are committed to supplying our members with safe and reliable electric service during the uneasy times being created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
General Manager: Stephanie – email@example.com
Manager of Operation: Steve – firstname.lastname@example.org
Manager of Member Services: Kelli – email@example.com
Red Lake Electric Cooperative, Inc. is one of the Minnkota Power Systems serving Marshall, Pennington, Red Lake, Polk counties and the area served by the Red Lake Electric Cooperative on the lands of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa in northwestern Minnesota. Our office headquarters are located in Red Lake Falls, Minnesota.
Our Mission is to enhance the quality of life for people of our service area by safely and consistently providing quality electric service and other valued services while holding our employees, our community and our environment in high regard.
If you have comments or questions about our programs, services or the information provided on this website, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Red Lake Electric Cooperative, Inc.
412 International Drive SW
PO Box 430
Red Lake Falls, MN 56750
Phone: 218-253-2168 or 800-245-6068
Report Outages: 218-253-2200
Notice to Members
The Red Lake Electric Cooperative, Inc., of Red Lake Falls, as an operating electric utility in the state of Minnesota, is obligated to interconnect with and purchase electricity from co-generators and small power producers.
The cooperative will provide information relating to the said interconnections to all interested member-consumers of the cooperative free of charge upon request.
Any disputes between the cooperative and its member-consumers over interconnection, sales and purchases are subject to resolution by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission.