The Division receives and investigates consumer complaints concerning utility
companies regulated by the Public Service Commission. Click here to see a
list of utility companies regulated by the PSC.
If you have a problem with a regulated utility company you should first contact the company, at the phone number
listed on your utility bill, and try to resolve the problem directly with the
company. If you have tried to resolve the problem with the company and are
not satisfied with the results you can file an informal complaint with the
Division of Public Utilities. There are three options for filing an informal
- File a written complaint with the Division of Public Utilities. This can be done by mailing a simple letter
with the needed information to the Division. The Division's address is:
Utah Division of Public Utilities
P.O. Box 146751
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-6751
- Call the Division of Public Utilities during regular business hours at
801-530-7622 or 800-874-0904.
- Click Here for Online Complaint Submission
If you choose to file a written complaint please be sure your complaint is complete and legible. Incomplete
or illegible complaints will be returned. Please state your complaint in
simple, straightforward, non-technical language. Decide what you want to
accomplish in complaining. Do you just want to vent your frustration about
high rates? Do you want your telephone fixed? Do you want to make sure you're
being charged the proper rate? Be specific in stating your complaint.
Information Required When Filing an Informal Complaint
Whichever method you choose to file your complaint, you will need to provide the
Division of Public Utilities with the following information:
- Complainant name (This must be the customer name listed on the utility account.)
Complainant's complete address
Utility account number
Home phone number
Work phone number
Daytime message phone number
- The name of the utility with which you have the complaint.
- What did the utility do which you (the Complainant) think is illegal, unjust, or improper? Include exact dates,
times, locations and persons involved, as closely as you can.
- Why do you (the Complainant) think these activities are illegal, unjust or improper?
- What relief do you (the Complainant) request?
- Signature of Complainant and the date signed.
Response to Your Complaint
You will receive a response from either the utility company or the Division of
Public Utilities usually within five working days of the day the complaint is
received by the Division. However, some responses can take up to thirty days.
Formal complaints are the last resort in the complaint process. The Commission will
not permit a customer to file a formal complaint unless it seems unlikely
that a settlement can be reached through the informal complaint process.
Questions should be directed to Gary Widerburg at the Public Service Commission, telephone 801-530-6713.