Grundy County REC provides dependable, affordable electricity to 1804 member consumers with 2288 meters in Grundy, Black Hawk, Marshall, Tama, Butler and Hardin counties in Iowa.
The area is served by 9 substations, owned by Corn Belt Power Cooperative, providing power to approximately 916 miles of distribution lines.
The REC has 14 employees with a 7 member board of directors that is elected by the member-consumers.
Grundy County REC is a member of:
Our cooperative members are our neighbors, local businesses, industries, and farmers. We are owned and controlled by the people we serve.
- BLACKHAWK, EAGLE, LINCOLN, AND ORANGE TOWNSHIPS
- ALBION, MONROE, AND WASHINGTON TOWNSHIPS
- ALL TOWNSHIPS
- PART OF ETNA, CLAY, ELDORA, AND UNION TOWNSHIPS
- VIENNA, LISCOMB, BANGOR, TAYLOR, AND MARION TOWNSHIPS
- GENESEO, BUCKINGHAM, GRANT, LINCOLN, ONIEDA, CARROLL, TOLEDO, OTTER CREEK, YORK, PERRY, HOWARD, SPRING CREEK, CARLTON, AND CRYSTAL TOWNSHIPS.
Grundy Rural Electric Cooperative, 102 East G Avenue Grundy Center, IA 50638-2095
PHONE: 800.390.7605 or 319.824.5251 FAX: 319.824.3118
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday