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This is a general page for those looking to setup, disconnect, or transfer services.
Brenda Ahrens, Utility Billing ClerkPhone: (970) 675-8476
Address: 1635 E Main St, Rangely, CO 81648
Phone: (970) 675-2291
New Service (apply online)
TRANSFER OF SERVICE
When transferring power to a new location, a consumer will be required to have all electric bills brought current before a new location will be set up. You should advise Moon Lake 3 days in advance of when you want the power transferred. There will be a $10 transfer fee for residential transfers. Any consumer who insists on a connection after regular office hours or on weekends will be charged a trip fee of $100 to cover the cost of making the connection trip.
When requesting a disconnection of service, you should advise Moon Lake at least 3 days in advance of the day you want service disconnected. Moon Lake will disconnect service within 4 working days of the requested disconnect date. You will not be liable for any services rendered to or at such address or location after the expiration of the 4 days, unless access to the meter has been delayed by the consumer. Disconnects will only be done during regular office hours.
To Start, Stop, Transfer Service - (970) 675-2878
Residential and Household Trash. Includes electronics, excludes: liquids, chemicals, appliances containing refrigerant, batteries, hazardous waste, ammunition, and asbestos.
Rangely Trash Service Transfer Station
1 ½ miles east of Rangely on Gillam Road. They accept residential and household trash for $10/yard (a level pickup bed full of trash is two yards, or $20). Open Fridays 9 - 12 p.m. and by appointment: 675-2878
County Landfill- (970) 675-2878
Accepts household waste for $58/ton or accepts a residential free dump coupon until Dec. 31, 2013 (lost yours? Get another at your local Road and Bridge office). Open to the public Wed. - Sat. 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. You may also drop items at the Rangely Trash Service
Limbs, Leaves, and Vegetation
Take limbs, leaves, and other vegetation to the Town of Rangely tree dump on Purdy Road, the first left after the Striegel Rock Park. Call 675-8476 during the week to meet a Town employee at the dump site. FREE.
Hazardous Waste and Tires
Safely store these items and watch for hazardous waste and tire drives offered on designated days during the year. Here you can get rid of waste not accepted by the transfer station or landfill
Appliances with Refrigerant
Rangely True Value: Cost is $25, Please come during open hours and let someone at front counter know you have an item to dispose of.
Oil, Antifreeze, Batteries, Tires, and Freon
Napa Auto Parts will dispose of your clean oil for free. Rangely Conoco will dispose of oil, antifreeze, batteries, tires, and Freon for a fee.
Cimarron (local ISP) (970) 778-5177
LAI Local Access Internet (970) 462-2848
CenturyLink (800) 201-4099
Visionary Broadband (800) 201-4099
To register your vehicle at Rio Blanco County Clerk