OPALCO members participating in the low income Energy Assist program (EAP) can get a $25 bill credit from Rock Island if they show the assistance amount on a copy of their bill.
Rock Island updates its business plan regularly and it is posted online.
No. Rock Island is a separate financial entity with its own financing and annual budget. Rock Island annual financial reports are posted online.
Rock Island Communications is a wholly owned subsidiary of OPALCO. They are separate entities that share a mission of serving the island communities of San Juan County with essential infrastructure.
Talk to your student's school. Rock Island is working in collaboration with San Juan County schools to provide an internet connection to students who would otherwise be left behind in the new remote learning environment.
Contact Rock Island at 360-378-5884 or online at rockisland.com.