Connect Services

  1. Come to our office: Please come to the office in your area and ask to see someone in Customer Service. You will need to have the physical address of the home or business where the service is needed. A picture ID is required.
     
  2. Via Fax, Mail or Email: You may download an application from this website ( go to download forms). Complete the application and fax, mail, email or bring it to the office with you for completion of service application. A picture ID is required.

Feel Free to call us!
Offices Open: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday

Foley - (251) 943-5001 Daphne - (251) 626-5000

Disconnect Services

Phone, email, or stopping by the office.

We will need your name, account number, service address, telephone number, and forwarding address to process your disconnect. You may download an application from this website ( go to download forms ). If you are moving, remember, you are responsible for all account charges until you notify Riviera Utilities to close your account. Be sure to contact your local office for immediate service.


Feel Free to call us!
Offices Open: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday

Foley - (251) 943-5001 Daphne - (251) 626-5000

AMEA Scholarship Winners


Forty-four (44) high school seniors will enroll in a four-year college/university, community college, and/or vocational school in Alabama this year with help from the Alabama Municipal Electric Authority (AMEA) and its 11 Members through the 2019 AMEA Scholarship Program. Each of the 44 scholarship recipients will receive a $2,500 scholarship for a total of $110,000 awarded in this year’s program. AMEA received 206 scholarship applications in the 2019 program.

Since 1992, AMEA and its Members have provided over $2.5 million in scholarships to the graduating high school seniors who receive their electric service from AMEA Members, including Alexander City, Dothan, Fairhope, LaFayette, Lanett, Luverne, Opelika, Piedmont, Riviera Utilities (Foley), Sylacauga and Tuskegee.

To be eligible for the AMEA scholarships, a student’s family must receive electric service from an AMEA Member city electric utility and the student must attend an Alabama college/university or vocational school.

“We take our role as a good corporate citizen seriously,” said Fred D. Clark, Jr., AMEA President & CEO. “That’s why we, along with our Members, support education initiatives, like the AMEA Scholarship Program, that contribute to making our state economically competitive. We congratulate this year’s scholarship winners.”

This year’s (local) AMEA Academic Scholarship recipients are:

Erica Elizabeth Kercher, Fairhope High School, Fairhope

Claire Olivia Klumpp, Fairhope High School, Fairhope

Andrew Paul Yingst, Fairhope High School, Fairhope

Gordon Kaydon Mills, Daphne High School, Riviera Utilities

John Declan Mulkerne, Daphne High School, Riviera Utilities

Cassidy Noelle Schneider, Spanish Fort High School, Riviera Utilities

Savannah Grace Street, Fairhope High School, Riviera Utilities

 

This year’s (local) AMEA Vocational School Scholarship recipients include:

Madelyn Grace Banks, Fairhope High School, Fairhope

AMEA, a joint action agency formed in 1981, is the wholesale power provider for 11 public power utilities in

Alabama, which serve approximately 350,000 customers in the cities of Alexander City, Dothan, Fairhope, Foley, LaFayette, Lanett, Luverne, Opelika, Piedmont, Sylacauga and Tuskegee.