Public power utilities across the U.S. celebrate Public Power Week the first full week of October every year to help customers and stakeholders understand how they can better engage with their community-owned utility and benefit from all its offerings.
October 4 - 10, The City of Lawrenceville is celebrating Public Power Week, along with more than 2,000 other community-powered, not-for-profit electric utilities that collectively provide electricity to 49 million Americans.
Today the City of Lawrenceville Electric Department has 17 full-time employees and four substations that continue to serve our approximately 11,200 residential and commercial customers.
Public Power Week is an annual national observance coordinated by the American Public Power Association. The American Public Power Association is the voice of not-for-profit, community-owned utilities that power 2,000 towns and cities nationwide. The Association represents public power before the federal government to protect the interests of the more than 49 million people that public power utilities serve, and the 93,000 people they employ. It advocates and advises on electricity policy, technology, trends, training, and operations. Its members strengthen their communities by providing superior service, engaging citizens, and instilling pride in community-owned power.
Electric Department Employees: Kelvin Standifer, Keith Davis, Cole Cantrell and Kyle Cain along with a bucket truck and digger derrick.