Citizens Electric Corp. always strives to offer unparalleled service
to our members, including many ways to pay your bill — all at no extra cost
to the member. Here are your options:
REMOTE PAYMENT STATIONS
Take your CEC bill or account number to pay
at the Ste. Genevieve Country Mart,
Belgrade State Bank in Farmington, Bloomsdale Bank in Bloomsdale and Ste. Genevieve, Rozier's Food Centre in Perryville and Cape Regional Credit Union in Fruitland.
The most convenient way to pay, Auto Pay saves
you time and money by paying your bill automatically
from a predetermined checking/savings account or bank card. You will continue to receive a monthly statement approximately 21 days before the due date. The balance
of your electric bill will be deducted from your bank account or bank card on the due date,
so your bill is always paid on time. To sign up, call 877-876-3511 or fill out this form and return it to our office.
Call 877-876-3511 to pay by phone using your bank card or checking account. We accept Mastercard, Visa, Discover and American Express.
Twenty-four hours a day, you can see and pay your electric bill online by bank card: We accept Mastercard, Visa, Discover and American Express.When paying by credit card, your statement will show the payment was made to Southeastern Data or SEDC, which is our third-party credit card vendor.
For your convenience, a reply envelope is enclosed with your monthly bill. The mailing address for payments is: Citizens Electric, P.O. Box 368, Perryville, MO 63775. Please allow adequate mail-processing time to avoid late fees or disconnection.
We are always happy to see our members. Pay your bill at our business office:
1500 Rand Ave., Perryville
OVERNIGHT DROP BOX
Drop boxes are located at several locations for your convenience:
Altenburg: Former CEC facility at 303 Maple St.
Bloomsdale: Bloomsdale Bank
Farmington: Belgrade State Bank
Fruitland: Cape Regional Credit Union
Perryville: CEC business office at 1500 Rand Ave.
Ste. Genevieve: Bloomsdale Bank and drive-up box on Merchant Street across from post office