Electrical District #3
41630 W Louis Johnson Dr
Maricopa, AZ 85139
Text the word: EDISTRICT3 To: 21777
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Electrical District No. 3 of Pinal County (“ED3” or “District”) is a political subdivision of the State of Arizona formed in 1926 as a Special District by the Pinal County Board of Supervisors. ED3 is a nonprofit utility with a seven (7) member Board of Directors and its purpose is to: a) provide affordable irrigation pumping to agricultural customers and b) to provide power at the lowest possible cost within sound business principles.
ED3 is organized with the authority, rights, and privileges to distribute electrical power and energy to all within its service area pursuant to what is now Chapter 12 of Title 48 of the Arizona Revised Statutes. ED3 is similar to Salt River Project (SRP) serving both rural and urban electric customer needs in western Pinal County.
An electric service establishment charge will be assessed per meter each time District is requested to establish, reconnect or re-establish electric service to Customer's delivery point, or to make a special read without a disconnect and calculate a bill for a partial month.
With the exception of a reconnection for nonpayment, the billing for the service charge will be rendered as part of the service bill, but not later than the second service bill. Payment for reconnection due to nonpayment will be prior to or at the time of reconnection of service. The service establishment charge will also be assessed when a Customer changes their rate selection.
Electrical District No. 3 has a very reliable electric system, but occasionally, we do experience interruptions in service.
Most power outages are caused by unpredictable events such as lightning, wind, accidents or extreme weather conditions. Thus, we cannot guarantee that your electric service will always be available.
We would like to encourage you to install a battery back up system for your electric-powered life support devices, monitors, and other systems and that you make arrangements to prepare for unpredictable power outages. If you experience a medical emergency you should call 911 and or otherwise seek emergency medical services.
Once in a while, we must schedule power interruptions in order to perform system maintenance and repair. We have noted your situation in our systems, and will make every effort to notify you in advance of a scheduled or planned power interruption.