WELCOME!

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.


reminder! limited-time bank draft and e-billing cash incentive program ends june 30!

As announced in our most recent newsletter, Connections, we are currently offering a limited-time cash incentive program available to customers who sign up for bank draft and e-billing!

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For more information about this limited-time cash incentive program call one of our Customer Service Representatives at 229-273-3811.

(Offer expires June 30, 2024. Certain restrictions apply)


The heat is on!

Summertime heat and humidity are just around the corner in South Georgia! The high temperatures, coupled with our traditionally higher summer electric rates, may result in high energy bills. We would like to offer some energy-saving tips:

  • Keep your thermostat at 78 degrees or higher
  • Replace your AC filter regularly
  • Keep windows covered to block the sun’s rays
  • Use fans to help the air feel cooler

Be sure to monitor your usage using our online portal or our free mobile app! Usage can be displayed in daily intervals or in 15-minute intervals. Weather conditions such as average temperature and high temperature can also be displayed allowing you to see how your usage pattern correlates to temperature conditions.

Click here for more energy saving tips.


OSmose utility services

Updated 4/2/2024

Crisp County Power Commission has again contracted with Osmose Utility Services to inspect and treat our utility poles as part of our efforts to ensure continued safety and electric service reliability.

Osmose will be in the area performing this work beginning in early May. Their work will take approximately 2-3 months to complete. Areas in which their crews will be working include those south of Highway 280 and west of I-75 down to Antioch Road.

Osmose crews will require safe access to properties located in these areas in order to perform their inspection and treatment. Crews will be digging around the base of the poles in order to inspect and treat.

Osmose vehicles will be marked and Osmose employees will have proper id.

Please contact our engineering department at 229-273-3811 if you have any questions or concerns.


US POSTAL SERVICE DELAYS

3/22/2024

It has come to our attention that the USPS is experiencing delays processing and delivering mail.

Beginning 2/24/2024 the USPS began routing mail originating from zip codes beginning with 310, which includes Crisp County, through a new Atlanta facility for processing. Prior to this date mail originating from these zip codes was processed in a Macon facility. The new Atlanta facility has been experiencing issues during this transition.

Customers should be aware of these delays and take them into consideration when paying their utility bill.

Customers remain responsible to pay their electric bill in full prior to the cut off date to avoid disconnection of service.

CCPC offers e-Billing which allows customers to receive an email when their new bill is available to view online in place of a paper bill. e-Billing customers typically receive the email the day after the bill is processed which allows them to see their bill sooner than traditional paper bills sent through the Post Office.

CCPC also offers a number of convenient payment methods including electronic payments entered through our online customer portal, free mobile app, and IVR systems as well as automated bank draft, CheckFree, and through your bank’s bill pay feature. In addition, we have three kiosks located at our business office. CSRs are available to accept your payment if you prefer to pay in person.

Click here for more information from the USPS.


Important Scam Notice to All Customers

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.


    Upcoming Events
  • Wed, Jun June 19, 2024 All Day
    Our offices will be closed on Wednesday, 6/19/2024, in observance of the Juneteenth holiday. We will reopen on Thursday, 6/20/2024, at 8:00 AM. For outages please call 229-273-3811.
  • 202 South 7th Street, Cordele, GA, United States
    Tue, Jun June 25, 2024 2:00 PM EDT
    Crisp County Power Commission monthly board meetings are held in the Crisp County Power Commission Board Room, 202 South 7th Street, Cordele, GA. Meetings are usually held the 4th Tuesday of every month.
  • Thu, Jul July 4, 2024 All Day
    Our offices will be closed on Thursday, 7/4/2024, in observance of Independence Day. We will reopen on Friday, 7/5/2024, at 8:00 AM. For outages please call 229-273-3811.
  • 202 South 7th Street, Cordele, GA, United States
    Tue, Jul July 23, 2024 2:00 PM EDT
    Crisp County Power Commission monthly board meetings are held in the Crisp County Power Commission Board Room, 202 South 7th Street, Cordele, GA. Meetings are usually held the 4th Tuesday of every month.
  • Georgia Veterans State Park, U.S. 280, Cordele, GA, USA
    Tue, Aug August 6, 2024 7:00 PM EDT
    Quarterly meetings are held in Family Shelter #2, Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park, US Hwy 280 West, Cordele, GA. Meetings are held the 1st Tuesday in the months of February, May, August, and November.