In case of an emergency
Natural gas emergency
We welcome your comments and will respond to your questions or concerns.
- Use our form to send us an immediate email
- Payments: RG&E, P.O. Box 847813, Boston, MA 02284-7813
- Customer Service: 89 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14649-0001
- Corporate Office: 89 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14649-0001
- Find your answers
- Visit us online or contact us at NYSEconomic_Development@rge.com to learn more about economic incentive programs for existing commercial and industrial customers planning to expand or new businesses interested in locating in our service territory.
For the Media:
- Are you a member of the media working on a story? We’re glad to help. Visit For the Media for contact information.
Marketing & Sales:
- Fill out our energy theft form
- Fill out our property and casualty form
In response to COVID-19, we are temporarily closing our walk-in offices until further notice. Your safety and the safety of our communities is our priority.
Please visit one of our local authorized pay agents. A list of authorized agents is here.
You can still drop off payments at the following RG&E offices.
- Sodus: 14 State Street
- 256 Waring Road
- 89 East Avenue
- 400 West Avenue
Proof of residency and identification and any other forms can be emailed, faxed, or mailed to our customer service department at 89 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14649-0001
Complaint Handling Procedure
Whether you write, contact us by phone or send an email to us, we will address your questions. If you feel our representative has not adequately addressed your concern, please ask to speak with a supervisor.
If your concern remains unresolved, you can:
- Write to the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC), Three Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12223.
- Visit the PSC website.
- Call the PSC’s toll-free Helpline at 1.800.342.3377, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
If your complaint involves an RG&E bill, you will not be asked to pay the disputed portion of the bill while the matter is being reviewed by the PSC. However, the remaining balance of the bill in question and any future bills should be paid when due.