Hurricane City Power is a city-owned power provider and is governed by the City Council. Our team of thirteen full-time department employees and four shared city employees strive to provide the City of Hurricane with reliable and economical power for the community's needs.
Power department operations and planning are overseen by the Power Board. Meeting information can be found on the Power Board webpage.
Reliable Public Provider
Hurricane City Power Department has earned a Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3®) designation from the American Public Power Association for providing reliable and safe electric service. The RP3 designation recognizes public power utilities that demonstrate proficiency in four key disciplines: reliability, safety, workforce development, and system improvement. Criteria within each category are based on sound business practices and represent a utility-wide commitment to safe and reliable delivery of electricity.
The RP3 designation now lasts for three years. Hurricane City Power Department is one of 2 utilities statewide and of 29 utilities nationwide that earned the Platinum Level designation this year. In total, 219 of the more than 2,000 public power utilities nationwide hold the RP3 designation. Hurricane City Power Department increased its RP3 designation level from Gold to Platinum. Hurricane City Power Department's RP3 application was scored at 96%.
"We're honored to receive the RP3 designation," said Dave Imlay, Power Director of Hurricane City Power "The Power Department strives to provide safe, reliable energy to our customers. This RP3 Platinum designation illustrates that the Power Department is on the right track". RP3® is a registered service mark of APPA.
Learn more by watching the Reliable Public Power Provider Video.
During a power outage, citizens can call the main office phone number listed above to leave a message. However, management and crews will be very busy determining the cause and extent of the outage and trying to restore service as quickly as possible. The Power Department will return your call as soon as possible but there may be some delay.
- Check to see if your circuit breakers have tripped. Are your neighbor's lights on, or is the entire surrounding area out?
- Turn off any electrical appliances that may have been running, such as a washer, dryer, or space heater. When power is restored it will help prevent overload.
- If you notice that your neighbor's power comes back on, but yours does not, please call us.