Here at Summit, we know that we are only as strong as the communities we serve. In this difficult moment, we have donated twenty thousand dollars to COVID-19 relief efforts in Missouri. We’re committed to the communities we live and work in, and our community giving focus has been on relief efforts for those who have suffered from devasting financial, educational and health impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. We are proud to partner with local hunger relief organizations to help people in need, supporting customers and community members who are immediately impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.
As Missouri works to recover from COVID-19 and begins to re-open, utilities across the state are beginning to resume some of our normal business activities that were put on hold in March because of the pandemic. Starting July 15, normal collection activities and late fee assessment will resume for all customers.
While we cannot waive the charges for your natural gas service, we will work with you to make payment arrangements. Summit Natural Gas has partnered with local weatherization and low-income assistance providers to assist our customers who need a little extra help.
Opt-in to paperless billing through the month of June for your chance to win $250!*
Paperless Billing is convenient and makes a positive impact on the environment. Save paper and sign-up to get email notifications when your bill is ready to view and have access to view past bills and payment history.
Upgrading your home thermostat and shower heads are great ways to help decrease your energy bills and increase your home efficiency! Summit Natural Gas offers a $100 rebate on all Nest and Ecobee smart thermostats, water efficiency kits can be requested for FREE and both can be accomplished without a contractor coming into your home.
COVID-19 has hit senior residents hard throughout the country. That’s where Phil Marcum, Summit’s Senior Manager of Business Development, steps in.
Commitment to customers and the communities we serve is one of our core values at Summit. That’s why, when Phil learned the Hughes Center was in need of volunteers to deliver meals on wheels in Lebanon, he immediately reached out.
We believe awareness is key to preventing pipeline incidents in your home and your community. Our safety brochure covers what to do if you suspect a leak, information on safe digging, utility line markers and much more!