Medical Alert Program Helps Keep Power On
Are you a member of the town's Medical Alert Program for residents with a chronic or critical health concern that requires uninterrupted electric service to your home?
If not and you'd like to be, please let the Town of Clayton know, so that special accommodations can be made in the event of a power outage or in case an account is scheduled for termination due to non-payment.
Getting certification, which is required each year, is easy. Simply fill out a certification form and supply the Customer Service Department with a certification from your physician or hospital stating medical necessity. Forms can be obtained from the Customer Service department or by clicking the link at the bottom of this page.
Membership in the program does not guarantee uninterrupted service, but it ensures that every effort will be made to restore service quickly to your home in the event of an outage or to make personal contact by phone, certified mail or in person in the event of non-payment.
Though every effort will be made to restore service quickly in the event of an outage, residents with special needs should always have a back-up plan in place.
For more information, please contact Customer Service Director Ann Game at 553-5002 ext 5200 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Customer Service Department is located at 111 East Second Street in the Clayton Center.
Medical Alert Program form