Utilities

Electric

Idaho Power

W. Idaho St.
phone: 388-2323, or 1-800-488-6151 1221

Provides electricity to Idaho. You can start or stop service online. You can also request payment arrangements.

Gas

Intermountain Gas

555 South Cole Road
phone: 377-6840

Provides gas to Idaho. You can start or stop service online. You can also request payment arrangements.

Water

United Water

8248 W. Victory Road
362-7304

Provides water to Idaho. You can start or stop service online. You can also request payment arrangements.

Sewer

City of Boise

phone: 384-3735

Provides sewer services to Boise, Idaho. You can start or stop service online. You can also request payment arrangements.

Trash

Allied Waste Services

 phone: 345-1265

Provides trash collection to Boise, Idaho. You can start or stop service online. You can also request payment arrangements.

Utilities Assistance

Idaho Power Moratorium

phone: 388-2323

Moratorium on paying electric bills from Dec 1st to March 1st. Must call Idaho Power, tell them you have children and continue paying bill. Your power will be turned off after march 1st if nothing has been paid on the bill.

Intermountain Gas Moratorium

 phone: 377-6840

Moratorium on paying gas bills from Dec 1st to March 1st. Must call Intermountain Gas, tell them you have children and continue paying bill. Your power will be turned off after March 1st if nothing has been paid on the bill.

El-Ada Outreach

2250 S Vista
phone:345-2820

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Telephone, water and heat bill assistance

Project Share

4308 W State Street
phone: 343-5429

Project Share is a community service administrated by The Salvation Army to help individuals and families heat their homes and pay energy bills. Those assisted by the program receive grants to help them overcome their financial difficulties. Idaho Power started Project Share in 1982 and has actively supported it for over two decades. Together with Intermountain Natural Gas and customers who donate to Project Share, over 175,000 individuals have been helped. Project Share grants can be used to fix furnaces, buy firewood, propane or coal, or to pay an existing utility bill.