The Friday Harbor OPALCO office is undergoing a construction remodel to make improvements to the public entrance and front offices.
The member services office is temporarily located to the right of the usual entrance at the back of the parking lot in a modular building. The temporary office will be open normal hours: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Signage will direct you to parking in front of the modular building during construction.
A temporary bill drop box will be located on the modular building. Bill payments can also be made at the temporary office, or placed in drop boxes at all four banks in Friday Harbor. You can also pay your bill online at www.opalco.com.
Construction is expected to be complete by September.
“Thank you for your patience,” say OPALCO representatives.
OPALCO, a member-owned cooperative electrical utility, serves over 11,000 members on 20 islands in San Juan County. Founded in 1937 to bring electricity to rural islanders, OPALCO provides electricity that is predominately generated by hydro-electric plants and 95% greenhouse-gas free.