Right-of-Way Requirements for New Services
After meeting with one of Lake Country Power's staking technicians (and before a tentative construction date), please complete the following requirements before we can proceed with your new service.
Acquire private Right-of-Way easements (private easements give LCP permission to install and maintain electrical equipment on adjoining properties). Right-of-Way Easement must be signed and notarized by all affected property owners. (Note: Lake Country Power staking technicians will apply for government easements on your behalf).
Clear the right-of-way (30 feet for underground, 40 feet for overhead, 50 feet for three-phase service).
Pay all line construction charges and permit fees. See insert (Lake Country Power Line Construction Charges)
Line construction charges will not exceed the actual cost of construction for electric service.
The application and cost estimates are valid for a period of nine months.
If questions, please contact a new service representative at 800-421-9959, or see your new service application for additional information.