Attention members: The winter moratorium is ending April 1, 2023. For those members who qualified, please contact our office at 712.647.2727 to make payment arrangements if your account is past due. If you are unable to pay your balance in full and do not request a payment agreement your electric service will be tagged for disconnection. Any member with questions is encouraged to contact our office and we will make arrangements for your service.
Cooperative Resources for Members
Click the tabs above for more information about your cooperative including governing documents such as our bylaws and our tariff, and recent updates from our board of directors in our board minutes.
Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative's mission is to safely provide reliable electric power and related services at the best possible value for our members.
Seven Cooperative Principles
Cooperatives around the world operate according to the same set of core principles and values, adopted by the International Co-operative Alliance. Cooperatives trace the roots of these principles to the first modern cooperative founded in Rochdale, England in 1844. These principles are a key reason that America’s electric cooperatives operate differently from other electric utilities, putting the needs of their members first.