Nebraska City Utilities celebrated Public Power and Natural Gas Week October 4-8th, along with more than 2,000 other community-owned, not-for-profit electric and gas utilities that collectively provide electricity and natural gas to 49 million people.
“Public Power and Public Natural Gas week celebrates the reliable, affordable, electricity and natural gas Nebraska City Utilities provides to our community and surrounding area,” said Nebraska City Utilities general manager, Jeff Kohrs. “Public Power and Public Natural Gas puts customers first, and Public Power and Public Natural Gas week gives us the chance to emphasize the advantages of locally owned power and gas distribution to our customers,” said Kohrs.
Nebraska City Utilities is proud to have serviced Nebraska City and the surrounding area since 1941.
Nebraska City Utilities would like to thank our customers for coming into our office at 100 Central Avenue during the week of October 4th-8th to help us celebrate Public Power and Public Natural Gas week. We hope you enjoyed the refreshments, literature, and were able to get signed up for a chance to win a Carbon Monoxide Detector or LED Light Bulbs. If you didn’t get a chance to register stop in during the month of October and do so. The drawing will be held on Friday, November 5 and the winner will be notified by phone, need not be present to win.
Today Nebraska City Utilities has 71 employees, 3 power plants, 4 main substations, 4 border stations, approximately 375 miles of electric lines, 147 miles of gas mains, and 85 miles of gas service lines including 55 miles of transmission mains.
Thank you for your support as we continue to provide the best possible service at the lowest possible cost.