You asked and we listened! To better meet the needs of our members, Salem Electric is updating our office hours as of September 1.
Welcome to Salem Electric. Applications and resources for members are here.
Learn about the programs and services offered by Salem Electric.
Read the most recent news articles and upcoming events.
Who we are, how we operate, and our commitment to cooperative principles.
Outage map, outage updates, report a streetlight, and how power is restored.
If your household income has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic you may be eligible for assistance.
Salem Electric is offering financial assitance to residential members and businesses impacted by Governor Brown's Executive Order.
If you are unable to pay your electric bill in full or on time, please contact us at 503-362-3601.
Our office lobby is temporarily closed to the public.
What can you do with 85 cents? With your help, Salem Electric can do a lot.
The enhanced design provides the same billing information you’re accustomed to in a clear, easy to understand format.
Salem Electric employees are supporting Liberty House, a child abuse assessment center, for National Nonprofit Day on August 17.
En todo el país, los estafadores intentan capitalizar la pandemia de COVID-19.
Across the country scammers are attempting to capitalize on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Meet Angie Onyewuchi (pronounced “on-yay-woo-chee”), our newest board member.
Residential Salem Electric members can purchase a ChargePoint Home Flex electric vehicle charger through Salem Electric for $699 and receive a $500 incentive.
The safety and health of our employees and members remains our top priority.
Sharp objects like nails and screws create dangerous obstacles for our lineworkers.
Tips to save energy when the weather heats up.
Salem Electric works hard to deliver safe and reliable electricity to its members and recently received a first place safety award from the Northwest Public Power Association.