If you are caring for someone else, you can protect them from service disconnection with Third-Party Notification from your gas company.
Intermountain Gas Company (Intermountain Gas) offers Third-Party Notification Service to residential customers. This program is designed to help customers, especially the elderly or infirm or those with reading problems, when there is a risk of losing utility service due to nonpayment of past-due bills. The program is voluntary and completion of the form below is not required to establish or continue gas service with Intermountain Gas.
Under the “Third-Party Notification” program, if it is necessary to disconnect service due to nonpayment of past due bills, Intermountain Gas will attempt to contact a designated third party in writing or by telephone prior to the disconnect date. A third party can be a friend, relative, clergyman, social agency, bank, etc.
The third party is under no obligation to pay the overdue bills.
If you wish to sign up for this service, fill out the form below and return it with your next bill payment.
Be sure both parties involved sign the form.
If you know of someone who might benefit from this service, or if you have any questions about Third-Party Notification, please call us or send us an email.
Si le gustaría recibir esta información en Español, favor de llamar la Compañia de Gas Intermountain.
Be sure both parties involved sign the form
For information of public agencies and community organizations which may be able to assist in payment of winter utility bills, please contact us. You may also mail the Request for Third-Party Notification to the Intermountain Gas mailing address.
7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Monday – Friday
208-377-6840 Boise/Treasure Valley
800-548-3679 Other Areas
P.O. Box 7608
Boise, ID 83707-1608