We are a Rural Electric Cooperative with our headquarters in Holyoke, Colorado! Branch offices are in Ovid and Sterling, Colorado.
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HEA's New Payments Site Is Here!
Highline's new bill payment site Is here. If you where using our online site you will need to Register for a new login. For more instuctions on using features of our new payment website you can click here. We also have new mobile apps for Apple and Android, which you can find linked on the lower left side of this page. You will use the same login information for the app and the new webpage. You can still access the new online page by using The My Account button at the top of this page.
Annual Meeting 2015
Did you miss the Highline Electric Association 2015 Annual Meeting at the Phillips County Event Center? The Meeting in its entirety can be found on our YouTube page by clicking HERE. You can find all the presentations and information that was presented at the meeting on March 24,2015. We would also like to thank everyone who helped make our annual meeting a success and especially all of our members for joining us. We look forward to serving you for years to come!
Keep Electricity Affordable
Keep Electricity Affordable is an alliance of citizen's and organizations in Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming that believes affordable electric power is an indispensable resource and is essential to families, businesses, communities and the economy. Please join with Highline in this effort to Keep Electricity Affordable
Thank A Lineman - Winning Submission
We live between Fleming and Sterling and have had to call Highline quite a few times to get power restored. The outages were generally caused by weather, but once by a vehicle crash knocking down a pole.
I remember one horribly cold winter night where the wind was blowing upwards of 50 miles an hour, it had rained in the evening and then came the snow. I had my granddaughter spending the night, and when I awoke at around 3 in the morning, I could tell that our power had gone out. Without power, we have no heat source in our home, so I was worried about the 1 year old getting cold. I called the emergency number and talked to the man who answered. He took some information about what county roads we live on and cross roads. He also took my name and phone number. Approximately 3 hours later the electricity came back on and about 15 minutes after that, the man who I had talked to called to make sure we had power.
This man, whose name I did not get, and his crew came out in frigid temperatures and dangerous driving conditions to repair the lines. With the wind blowing like it was, I believe they truly risked their lives getting up to the lines to makes the repairs and restore power to us and the others in our area affected by this blizzard.
THANK YOU HIGHLINE Lineman for doing such a wonderful job to make our lives more comfortable.
CREA Legislative Directory
Use this directory to contact your representatives. Let them know what is important to you, what you want to happen in this year's legislative and congressional sessions, and how their actions affect you, your business and your community. Click Here
Frequently Asked Questions
We have developed a page to help answer some of the most common asked questions. Please click here to view them.