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What do I do about solicitations to switch energy providers?
You may have received a call or mailing from various energy providers. The City of Geneva owns and operates its own municipal electric system. Therefore, other energy providers cannot provide electric service to Geneva residents or businesses. Investor-owned utilities, such as ComEd are required to allow third party suppliers to offer their services to customers within their service territory. If you have any further questions, please contact the City's Electric Division at 630-232-1503.

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1. Who is my electric utility provider?
2. Who do I call about a problem with my electric service?
3. I am new to the area. How do I apply for electric service?
4. I am moving. How do I discontinue my electric service?
5. Who can answer a question about my utility bill?
6. Who do I call to report a power outage, dim or flickering lights?
7. Who do I call to report a problem with a street light out or turning on and off?
8. Does the City of Geneva offer energy incentives or rebates?
9. What do I do about solicitations to switch energy providers?
10. Who do I call to report a problem with a traffic signal?
11. Do I need to inform anyone when I want to do a landscape project that requires digging?
12. Do you reside in Mill Creek?