Friday, August 27, 2021

Think Safety

 According to the National Fire Protection Association, 47,700 home fires in the U.S. are caused by electrical failure each year. These fires result in many injuries, property damage & even deaths. Overloaded electrical circuits are a major cause of residential fires. #ThinkSafety

Friday, July 16, 2021

Call 811 Before You Dig!

 Call 811 or 800-331-5666 before you dig. Put the locate in two business days prior to your planned excavation. The utilities involved will then have the proper time to get everything located so you can dig safely. Website: #SafetyIsNumberOne #Call811

Friday, March 26, 2021

Severe Weather Awareness Week

 This week is Severe Weather Awareness Week! Downed power lines are dangerous. Always assume the line is live: call 911 and stay away! #SevereWeatherAwarenessWeek #CCPPD

¡Esta semana es la Semana de Concientización sobre el Clima Severo! Las líneas eléctricas caídas son peligrosas. Siempre asuma que la línea está activa: ¡llame al 911 y manténgase alejado! #Semanadeconcientizaciónsobreelclimasevero #CCPPD

Thursday, February 18, 2021

AS of 9am:

 Power is restored to the customers near Snyder that experienced an outage this morning. Thank you for your patience.

Se restablece la energía a los clientes cerca de Snyder que experimentaron un corte esta mañana. Gracias por su paciencia.

Outage Update

 Outage update: The linemen have found the problem and working to get to it with the help of a tractor. It is on a minimum maintenance road. We are expecting within an hour or so that power will be restored. Thank you for your patience.

Actualización de apagón: los linieros han encontrado el problema y están trabajando para solucionarlo con la ayuda de un tractor. Está en un camino de mínimo mantenimiento. Esperamos que dentro de una hora se restablezca la energía. Gracias por su paciencia.


 We currently have an outage east of Snyder. This in not related to the rolling blackouts we’ve been seeing. A lineman is on his way to check it out.

Actual mente tenemos una interrupción al este de Snyder. Esto no está relacionado con los apagones continuos que hemos estado viendo. Un liniero está en camino para comprobarlo.

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

SPP Level 1

 Effective at 1:15 p.m. Central time, SPP has declared an Energy Emergency Alert (EEA) Level 1 for its entire 14-state balancing authority area.

Generation is currently sufficient to serve system-wide demand across the region and to fully satisfy operating reserve requirements.
We continue to urge all homes and businesses throughout our 14-state region to conserve electricity, but are not directing any interruptions of service at this time.
The public should follow their service providers’ directions regarding local outages, tips for conservation and safety.
Previously, SPP had been in an EEA Level 2 since 6:28 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 16.

SPP moving to level 3!

The Southwest Power Pool (SPP) notified us they will be moving to EEA 3 at 9am. This means that shut offs will begin at that time.
These are the first areas that could be affected, Bancroft 316 (includes the town of Bancroft), West Point 304 (not including the town of West Point), Beemer 302 (includes Dodge, but not Beemer) and West Point 306 (not including the town of West Point) would be on the list to be shut off in this order. Look below on the maps (they are marked which areas) .
Southwest Power Pool (SPP) nos notificó que se mudarán a EEA 3 a las 9 am. Esto significa que los cierres comenzarán en ese momento.
Estas son las primeras áreas que podrían verse afectadas, Bancroft 316 (incluye la ciudad de Bancroft), West Point 304 (sin incluir la ciudad de West Point), Beemer 302 (incluye Dodge, pero no Beemer) y West Point 306 (sin incluir la ciudad de West Point) estaría en la lista para cerrar en este orden. Mire a continuación en los mapas (están marcados qué áreas).