Tipmont REMC will be closed Friday, July 3, 2020, in observance of Independence Day.
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Wintek powered by Tipmont has enabled free public WiFi at North Montgomery Schools to support students who are unable to attend school due to Coronavirus restrictions. The free WiFi is available in the main parking lot next to US 231.
Updated Thursday, July 2, 2020
We are committed to the well–being of our customers, our employees, and our communities. As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, we rely on health and safety information from experts to ensure the decisions we make are consistent with local community, state, and federal standards. We want to stress that all of our essential services will remain unaffected.
The following measures remain in place:
Two Tipmont lineworkers were among seventeen that graduated Saturday from Indiana Electric Cooperatives’ apprenticeship program, Rural Electric Apprentice Program (REAP).
Please use this resource for information regarding a January 2020 billing error for members on billing cycle 3.
We recommend avoiding third-party payment processing websites
Tipmont REMC members have many options to pay electric bills. We recommend avoiding third-party payment processing websites. Doxo.com is a an example of a third-party online bill pay service that allows you to pay your utility and other monthly bills via their website.
Tipmont REMC Member Meetings
Join Tipmont REMC on Sept. 25 at Fountain Central High School.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Thursday, August 8 that Tipmont REMC will receive $444,558 from the Next Level Connections Broadband Grant Program. The program, in its first phase of awards, is designed to foster broadband infrastructure investment in unserved areas of the state.
Wintek fiber internet service will perform system maintenance beginning on Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at 11:55 p.m. and lasting for approximately 6 hours. During this time, fiber internet, voice, and video will all experience intermittent service.
The EnviroWatts trust board approved two grants to local charities from their first quarter grant cycle.
Food Finders Food Bank solar lighting
Food Finders Food Bank received $6,481.97 for two solar parking lot lights at the new Greenbush Street pantry parking lot in Lafayette. Solar lights will help reduce the food bank’s energy bills while providing a safer and more accessible environment to people utilizing the pantry and education classes.
“The money we save on electricity can be utilized in our hunger relief programs and purchasing of food so that individuals and families who face hunger will have greater access to the nutritional food they need,” said Amanda Estes, grants coordinator for Food Finders Food Bank.
The lights are part of a new parking lot at the Food Resource and Education Center (FREC) located at 1204 N Greenbush Street in Lafayette. An additional grant from North Central Health Services will cover the installation of the solar lights.
The Food Resource and Education Center helps individuals learn how to prepare the food that is gown in Food Finders’ garden and distributed in our pantry. More information is available at food-finders.org.