Following the expiration of the “stay-at-home” orders of Governors Little of Idaho and Bullock of Montana, and after the Co-op’s staff has spent nearly a month working from home, Fall River Electric brought staff back to the offices and reopened the doors to members and the general public on Friday, May 1, 2020. Members and the general public are now being asked to NOT enter our building if you are feeling sick or if anyone in your household is showing signs of the COVID-19 virus. Those entering Fall River’s buildings are also being asked to maintain the appropriate social distancing, as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), for the protect of the staff, visitors and other owner-members of the Co-op.
We greatly appreciate Fall RIver’s staff for the excellent service they continued to provide the Co-op’s members while working from home. Crews have also been maintaining safe distancing as they work in the field. Most especially, Fall River’s management team expressed how cooperative members have been as the Co-op instituted these safety measures.