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Ways to report an outage

If the situation is dangerous or life threatening, call 911.

From time to time, power outages occur for various reasons across our service territory. In most cases, power is restored in a short time but sometimes, more serious outages are possible. Tornadoes, thunderstorms, ice storms, fierce winds and extreme heat strain the power delivery system and can prolong power restoration. The company's personnel are well trained and well prepared to handle such events as quickly and safely as possible.

View Outage Map  How it works

Our outage maps provide snapshots of current outages. Power outages can result from many causes, and all are reflected in the maps which update every few minutes.

The depiction of areas served on this map is for illustrative purposes only, and should not be relied upon by any one to determin which utility provides service in any specific geographic area. Maps on this site are for informational purposes only and are governed by our Terms of Use. Smartphone application usage is governed by our Smartphone Application End User License Agreement. Use of the portions of this site containing Bing maps are subject to Microsoft's Terms of Use.