Residential – Requirements
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The following is required to process your application for new residential service:
- Complete and sign an Application for Electric Service
- Pay any required deposits and/or engineering (design) fees
- Complete Residential Load Data Sheet with total connected load
- Owner/builder names, mailing address, telephone numbers, fax numbers, etc.
- Street Address of property
- Legal description of property to be serviced
An application may be obtained by stopping in at our office or requesting one to be mailed to you.
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Return your completed application, deposit as required, documents, and a minimum $200.00 engineering design fee to:
Mountain View Electric Association, Inc.
11140 E. Woodmen Road
Falcon, CO 80831
Incomplete application packets will not be processed.
After Receipt of Completed Application Packet:
We will call you to schedule an on-site meeting with a Staking Technician to discuss the service requirements, design, route, and MVEA’s policy and procedures. At the time of the field meet please provide the following:
- Post the physical street address at the property
- Location of property pins, including corners and points of line
- Location of well, septic system and leach field
- Location of driveway or other access
- Location of the house corners
- Location of the meter
- Electric requirements: main disconnect size
- Right-of-Way Acquisition – must be signed by all owners
- Plat or property survey
• Proof of ownership (Warranty Deed)
- Be aware of covenant requirements
FOR RESIDENTIAL SERVICES LARGER THAN 2500 SQ. FT. THE FOLLOWING WILL ALSO BE REQUIRED:
- Copy of site plan
- Copy of engineered electric one-line diagram with loads
- Size and quantity of service conductors/disconnect
When the design is complete, the Staking Technician will mail a cost/contract letter. The cost/contract letter is valid for 90-days.
The following items are required before a job can be scheduled for construction:
- Return signed cost/contract letter
- Pay the costs of construction
- Submit signed Rights-of-Way, if required
- Other permitting requirements may apply to some jobs
- Pay balances on other accounts, if any
The following items are required before construction can begin:
- Tree trimming/clearing, if applicable
- Construction area clear of debris or any other encumbrances
- Trench route to final grade
- Any other site requirements that MVEA deems necessary
- Verification by MVEA that the site is ready for construction of the electric line extension
Failure to comply with the pre-construction requirements may result in the project being rescheduled.
Once released, the job will be constructed as quickly as material availability, job backlog and working conditions allow.
- Three weeks after MVEA has received the payment and all rights-of-way and permits, you may contact the Operation’s Superintendent with scheduling questions.
MVEA will set a meter once the Electrical Inspector notifies MVEA of the meter release. Typically the meter will be set the next working day following the receipt of a meter release.
Locating of Existing Underground Utilities
In compliance with Colorado State SB93-155, all existing underground utilities and other facilities must be marked prior to excavation. MVEA will contact UNCC (Utility Notification Center of Colorado) 3 working days prior to the start of any excavation and request marking of all public utilities.
MVEA will not begin construction until all underground lines and private facilities are marked.