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Monthly board meeting, Crisp County Power Commission Board Room, 202 South 7th Street, Cordele, GA. Meetings are usually held the 4th Tuesday of every month and are televised on WSST, the local cable channel for the five counties in the project vicinity.
Our offices will be closed on Wednesday, 12/24/2014 and Thursday, 12/25/2014 in observance of Christmas. We will reopen on Friday, 12/26/2014, at 8:00 AM. For outages please call 229-273-3820.
Our offices will be closed on Thursday, 01/01/2015 in observance of New Years Day. We will reopen on Friday, 01/02/2015, at 8:00 AM. For outages please call 229-273-3820.
Lake Blackshear Homeowner Association (LBHA) biannual meeting, Family Shelter #2, Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park, US Hwy 280 West, Cordele, GA.
Biannual meeting, Family Shelter #2, Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park, US Hwy 280 West, Cordele, GA. Meetings are held the 1st Tuesday twice a year in the months of April and October.
The Crisp County Power Commission is one of more than 2,200 public power systems in the U.S. providing dependable and economic power to the citizens in their communities. We serve Crisp County, Georgia including the municipalities of Cordele and Arabi. We also own and operate Lake Blackshear, an 8,700 acre reservoir stretching 20 miles long on the Flint River which provides hydroelectric power to our customers. The Power Commission is dedicated to providing excellent customer service and reliable, cost-effective power to our customers. Our service area covers approximately 330 square miles with an estimated population of 23,000.
We will be lowering Lake Blackshear this fall as we do every other year. The lake will be drawn down approximately 3 1/2 feet below normal on a gradual basis starting November 1st . The lake will be left down through the 15th of December. The purpose of the drawdown is to allow lake property owners a chance to repair existing structures. Also, the drawdown should slow some of the aquatic plant growth in the lake.
Anyone wishing to construct new structures, including seawalls, or make substantial repairs to their existing structures are advised to contact Marcus Waters, Resource Manager, to determine the necessity of any needed permits from the Crisp County Power Commission and/or other state and federal agencies. In particular, dredging or filling work usually requires Corps of Engineers and EPD approval in addition to the Power Commission approval. Please call about minor maintenance of existing structures and we can advise you if it does or does not require a permit.
Property owners wishing to perform any work during the drawdown should contact the Resource Manager at 229-273-3820 as soon as possible to avoid any delays.
CUSTOMERS BEWARE! Anyone receiving calls from someone representing themselves as Crisp County Power Commission or Crisp County Energy "MAY NOT BE LEGITIMATE". PLEASE DO NOT PROVIDE PERSONAL AND/OR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION TO SUCH INDIVIDUALS.
Please feel free to call us at our Business Office at 229-273-3811 if you have any questions about any such call.
Look for the link to the new HomeEnergySuite on our website. Here you will find a number of tools and calculators to help you understand where your energy dollars go, a reference library filled with useful information and tips for saving energy, and a Kids Korner with activities for children.
Sign up for eCare today and start paying your bill online! Also, by signing up for eCare you will be able to receive our quarterly Green Street newsletter that is full of energy information and tips. To sign up for eCare, click the eCare button shown on the left and follow the instructions - you will need your account number and other information shown on your bill. Or, call our Customer Service Department at 229-273-3811 and one of our representatives will be glad to assist you.
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