Start or stop service
Start or stop residential service anytime using our convenient online system.
If you require additional assistance, call Customer Service
at 541-685-7000 from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, or visit our Customer
Service Center, 500 E. Fourth Ave. in Eugene.
To avoid paying for another few days' worth of electric usage, consider contacting
EWEB in advance to set up a preferred move-in or move-out date. Customers are able
to schedule a preferred move-in or move-out date up to 30 days in advance.
Signing up in advance and locking in a specific date can save money, cut down on
wait times and help avoid hassles.
If renting, save your confirmation number for your landlord.
If you place an order with EWEB to establish services, there is a $20 account processing charge
and your service can be turned on as soon as
the next business day. Requests for same-day service and service connected or disconnected after
hours are an additional $75.
We read the meter when the service is started in your name. If the meter already
has been read within the previous couple of days, we use that reading.
We may require a service deposit from any customer. The deposit is based on twice
the highest historical bill for the service location. We hold residential deposits
until 12 consecutive billings have been paid on time, or until you request that
your services be stopped, whichever comes first. A good payment history helps you
avoid a deposit.
All EWEB billings are monthly, except for your opening and closing bills, which
may be prorated. Utility service is sold on credit: you use the service before you
pay for it.
Rental property owners can request an "automatic hookup agreement" to keep the power
on between occupants. For more information, call Customer Service at (541) 685-7000
during regular business hours.
We will need three business days to process your "stop" order and provide a closing bill.
Because you are responsible for paying until the date of notification, scheduling a
preferred move-out date up to 30 days in advance could save you from paying for someone else's usage.