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Welcome to Anza Electric Cooperative


This fall, AEC will once again hold a contest to see which high school juniors will represent AEC in Washington D.C. for one week this coming June. Applicants must live or attend school in the AEC service area.

Students interested in the trip must submit a written composition and completed application which can be picked up at the cooperative office or downloaded from our Website ( They must also participate in an interview with a panel of judges.

Applications and written compositions must be received in the cooperative office by noon, Friday, October 21, 2016.  It is recommended that applicants not wait until the last minute to turn in their compositions and applications. They can be turned in prior to the cut off time and date.

A panel of judges will evaluate each applicant’s composition and students will be called in at a later date for personal interviews. 

Judges want to learn about each student during the interview process – what their interests and ambitions are and why they should represent Anza Electric Cooperative on the Washington Youth Tour.

Following the interviews, four students will be awarded the all-expense paid trips.

For more information regarding this year’s Washington Youth Tour competition, please contact the cooperative office at 951-763-4333 or download the application/packet here.


ConnectAnza is quickly becoming a reality to bring
High-speed internet to the area.

Construction has begun and fiber optic cable is being hung. 

Free Wi-Fi internet is currently available at the Anza Community Hall and Minor Park. No password is needed!

A map has been uploaded to showing the areas we're currently building in. Sign up for high-speed internet service at

To track our progress or sign up for our newsletter to keep up-to-date
on the project visit

Anza Electric Cooperative, Inc. is warning its members about  a nationwide scam involving bogus delinquent accounts and prepaid money cards.

It works like this. Callers contact cooperative members and tell them their account is delinquent.

They have operated using two methods; asking the consumer for prepaid money cards (like those available at convenience stores) OR having them pay over the phone right then.  For prepaid money cards, the scammers then give the members a ten digit phone number that they can call and volunteer the prepaid card's number.

Anza Electric Cooperative, Inc. has had two business customers recently report being contacted and told that they were threatened with power shut-off if they didn't pay. (Read more by clicking 'The Scammers are at it AGAIN")

ConnectAnza is busy installing fiber to more areas.

You may see our contractors in your area hanging the fiber cable on our utility poles.  If they need access to the poles on your property, they will leave you a white Anza Electric card.

Please contact Anza Electric ASAP at 951-763-4333 when you receive a card to schedule access for the contractors.

We look forward to getting service to you VERY SOON!

New! As part of our dedication to provide safe, secure service, AEC is introducing a new toll-free phone number specifically for payments.

Members can pay their bills over the phone with a debit/credit card, or check using the new Pay-by-Phone number 844-311-7201.



A special election will be held to fill the
Director- At-Large  position for
the Board of Directors.


Petitions are available here or at the cooperative office.


Deadline to submit completed petitions
is October 31, 2016.


Election material to be mailed to members in
November with results announced in December.

​​The Touchstone Energy Hot Air Balloon was a hit at the 2016 Annual Membership Meeting!
If you caught a ride, check out the photo album to download your picture here.

Once you find your picture, select the "shift" key and click. This will open the photo.
Then right click the photo to save the image.

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