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Michael Boykin
Electric Superintendent

City residents of Monticello are served by the city for electricity, water, gas, garbage and sewer.

Deposits are required and vary depending on the level of service to be provided. Charges for services are all billed by the city the first of each month. Payment for city services is due on the 15th of each month.

Monticello Electric Service Area

Green Street Program

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MEAG Power City

The City of Monticello is a MEAG Power city. MEAG Power is a public generation and transmission corporation providing power to 49 Georgia communities that in turn bring energy to almost three-quarters of a million citizens. As the third largest power supplier in the state, energy sales exceeded $600 million in 2000.

MEAG Power has assets of over $4 billion, co-owns four generating plants with a generating capacity of 1,566 megawatts, and co-owns Georgia’s Integrated Transmission System (ITS).

Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, MEAG Power employs 144 people. The organization is governed by a nine-member board of directors comprised of representatives from the following participant communities:

Central Georgia EMC
923 Mulberry St.
Jackson, GA 30233

Tri-County EMC
Sumpter St.

Snapping Shoals EMC
14750 Browns Bridge Rd.
Covington, GA 30016

Georgia Power
203 Oak St.
Eatonton, GA 31024

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