Board of Directors
They live in your neighborhoods, shop in your stores and—like you—receive monthly bills from CoServ. They are your CoServ Electric Board of Directors, democratically elected CoServ Members who oversee the operations of your cooperative and work collectively to represent the best interests of their fellow Members. Directors are not CoServ Electric Employees and are not part of the day-to-day business decisions. Each lives in one of the seven districts that make up CoServ's service territory, and each represents all CoServ Members.
If you have an issue with CoServ that you do not believe has been adequately resolved by CoServ Executives, you can email CoServBoard@coserv.com.
Board District Map and Election
To ensure geographic representation, CoServ Electric's service territory is divided into seven districts. Board Directors are CoServ Members who are elected at-large by fellow Members. Because of this, they represent all CoServ Members, not just neighbors who reside in their district. Beginning with the District 1 and 5 elections in 2021, Board terms will transition to four-year terms from three-year terms. Every summer, CoServ Electric conducts its Annual Meeting for Members. Before the meeting, the cooperative is required under its bylaws to notify each Member (as of the record date) residing in a district where a Director’s term is expiring that a Director for that district is to be elected. Once a Board candidate is nominated, all Members, regardless of which district they reside in, can cast votes in the election. Read Article IV of CoServ Electric's Bylaws for more details.