Hayward office hours have changed to 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday - Friday.
You can also reach the Ladysmith office at 715-532-5524 from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday - Friday. A night deposit box is located outside each office for your convenience. Please call our emergency call center at 866-273-5111 outside these hours.
KURT HARRIS NAMED ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER
The Jump River Electric Cooperative (JREC) Board of Directors has promoted Kurt Harris to Assistant General Manager. Harris will work side-by-side with Interim General Manager Mike Schaefer, then transition into the general manager position once Schaefer’s term ends in May 2022. Harris assumed his new duties on November 7.
“Kurt has shown a continued willingness to learn and lead,” JREC Board Chairman Myron Brooks said. “Under Mike’s guidance, Kurt will have on-the-job training to ensure a smooth transition into his new role.”
You can read the full press release by clicking on the below button.
GET A $10 ENERGY CREDIT WHEN YOU GO PAPERLESS
Go green with SmartHub
Join the over 1,000 JREC members who have already decided to gain time, security, and convenience by enjoying the benefits of FREE paperless billing today.
- It’s quicker and convenient. Your bill is emailed to you the same day it is compiled, never delayed or lost in the mail. You also have your previous bill statements at your fingertips.
- It’s safer. A paperless bill allows us to communicate personal information straight to you, reducing the risk of lost statements or mail fraud.
- It saves you money! Money is saved by eliminating the cost of paper, ink, and postage; ultimately keeping more money in your pocket.
DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS SPECIAL OFFER - ENROLL TODAY!
A one-time $10 credit will be given to each newly enrolled member after enrollment in paperless billing. This credit will appear on the following statement after you enroll. This special ends December 31, 2021.
MEMBER PHOTO CONTEST DEADLINE - JANUARY 18, 2022
The above photo is our Fall/Winter 2020-2021 Contest Winner, submitted by Marcia Suchy.
Members are invited to participate in our next photo contest.
PHOTO CONTEST GUIDELINES:
- Photos must be taken within the JREC service area.
- Photos should capture life in northern Wisconsin (spring/summer season, wildlife, landscape, people, etc.)
- Photos must be high resolution, at least 300 dpi.
- All JREC members 18 years and older are eligible to submit a photo.
- Three (3) photos per member will be accepted.
- Email your digital image to firstname.lastname@example.org by deadline. Include your JREC account number, address, and phone number.
- Submit consent form with photo.
By submitting your photo, you are granting JREC permission to use your photo in a variety of publications and on our website or Facebook page. Please submit your photo and the required consent form by deadline.
Stop by our offices to pick up a 2022 JREC calendar, which features photos from previous contest.
Smart Management. Smart Life. SmartHub.
Life is fast, and it can be hectic, but it doesn't have to be complicated. Paying your JREC bill shouldn't be a complex task, and with our SmartHub web and mobile app, it won't be. SmartHub has several features that make managing your account as easy as possible. Whether through the web, smartphone or tablet, you'll be able to pay your bill, view your usage and payment history, and contact us through SmartHub.
ACCOUNT LOGIN - Access your account online using SmartHub;
PAY NOW - No login required;
SMARTHUB HOW-TO'S - Video and Help Sheets on how to use SmartHub App features.
MOTHER NATURE HAS A PLAN, DO YOU?
Preparing for disasters is protecting everyone you love. Follow these steps to ensure that you and your family are prepared if a disaster were to hit your neighborhood.
1. Have a plan. Talk to your friends and family about how you will communicate before, during, and after a disaster.
2. Build an emergency kit. Click the below Emergency Kit button to find out what supplies you should have in your kit.
3. Prepare for Disasters. Limit the impact that disasters have on you and your family. Know the risk of disasters in your area and check your insurance coverage. Learn how to make your home stronger in face of storms and other common hazards and act fast if you receive a local warning or alert.
4. Teach Youth About Preparedness. Talk to your kids about preparing for emergencies and what to do in case you are separated. Reassure them by providing information about how they can get involved.
You can find more about electric safety on this site and at safeelectricity.org.