Customer Service

 
Lamar Light and Power is a Municipal Utility, supplying energy to Lamar, McClave, Wiley, Bristol, and, Hartman since 1920. Lamar Light and Power proudly delivers electricity to approximately 5,700 residential and commercial customers.
 
We are honored to serve the residents and businesses of Lamar and surrounding areas. We are committed to providing dependable power, high quality service, and fair rates.
 
Lamar Light and Power takes pride in its history of excellent customer service and safe Electric Utility practices.
 
 

Lamar Light and Power
 
100 North Second St.
Lamar, CO 81052
Phone: 719.336.7456
Fax: 719.336.7450
24/7 Emergency: 719.336.7456

 
Office hours are 7am – 4pm, Monday through Friday. Accepting: CASH, CHECKS, MONEY ORDERS, CREDIT CARD, DEBIT CARD, AND NOW ONLINE PAYMENT OPTION.
 
You can also use our convenient drop box, located on the West side of the front parking lot (no cash in drop box).
City of Lamar
 
102 East Parmenter St.
Lamar, CO 81052
Phone: 719.336.4376

 
Office hours are 8:30am – 4pm, Monday through Friday. Accepting: CASH, CHECKS, MONEY ORDERS, CREDIT CARD, DEBIT CARD, AND NOW ONLINE PAYMENT OPTION.
 
You can also use their convenient drive up drop box, located on the West side of the building( no cash in drop box).
 
This is the office you will need to visit, when you Start, Stop or Transfer your electric, water, sewer, and trash service

 

Start, Stop, and Transfer Utility Service


*You must go into the City Complex Utility office to complete any of these Transactions.*
 
102 East Parmenter
Lamar, CO 81052
719.336.4376
 
  Connecting Utility Services –
You will be required to present a valid drivers license, fill out and sign necessary paperwork, and pay deposits and connect fees. Deposit fees:
 
Connect Fees

  • $15.00 Residential Electric Connect Fee
  • $20.00 Residential Water Connect Fee

 
Deposits

  • $50.00 Residential Electric Deposit
  • $60.00 Residential Water Deposit

 
Business and Commercial accounts, deposits will vary.
 
  Disconnecting Utility Services –
The best way for you to make sure your utility services are disconnected is to go into the City Complex Utility office. You will be required to fill out and sign necessary paperwork, and provide your forwarding address if applicable. If you have relocated to another city, you may call the City offices to disconnect service and can verify your account with your driver’s license number, or the last 4 digits of your social security number (if on file).
 
  Transferring Utility Service –
In the event that you are moving to a new residence you can transfer your utility service along with the deposits on your existing account. Transfer fees will need to be paid at the City Complex Utility Office. Those amounts are:

  • $15.00 Electricity Transfer Fee
  • $20.00 Water Transfer Fee