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Power Department

Department Description:  Responsible for providing electricity within the city.

Personnel at this Location:  Power Superintendent, Line Foreman and Lineworkers.

Location:  721 West Old Mill Lane.

Phone:

Office:  801-544-8925
After hour emergency:  801-299-7735

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

 

SMART ENERGY (REBATE OFFERS)

 

UTAH ASSOCIATED MUNICIPAL POWER SYSTEMS (UAMPS) SMART ENERGY - SOLVING TOMORROW'S ENERGY PUZZLE

 

UTAH ASSOCIATED MUNICIPAL POWER SYSTEMS (UAMPS) PRESENTATION TO THE CITY COUNCIL
MAY 2014

 

POWER OUTAGES

The City needs to be aware of citizens who rely on oxygen or life-saving equipment so that during power outages they can be contacted. If you know of anyone we need to be aware of, please call Bruce at 801-546-1235.

  

WORK SCHEDULE

If you have a project that may involve Kaysville City Power, please contact us in advance to be assured we have the proper material and equipment available when needed and are able to schedule time to work on your project.

 

SAFETY

Good weather seems to bring about a lot of outdoor activity; yard cleaning, tree pruning, home improvements and recreation. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself and the young children in your household with the dangers of overhead power lines. Also, if you are planning any excavation, call Bluestakes at 811 before you dig.

 

ANSWERING SERVICE

Our emergency and after hours power outage number is 801-299-7735.  An answering service will take your information and relay it to the crew. The answering service personnel may be able to tell you if we are already working on the problem and how long before service will be restored.

 

TREE TRIMMING

If you are aware of any trees that are growing into power lines, please contact our office at 801-544-8925 and we will come and take a look at it. The City has invested a great deal of money in this project and the return on investment is evident by the reduced number of service interruptions. Unfortunately, the tree trimming program is one which will have to be repeated constantly to reduce the number of tree-related problems.

 

CLIMBING VINES ON POWER POLES

Planting climbing vines at the base of power poles is prohibited.  When allowed to grow, these vines damage equipment, cause power outages, and delay repairs.  Please don't plant vines at the base of power poles or street signs.  When discovered, they will be destroyed.

 

PLEASE DON'T MAKE OUR JOB HARDER

Working on power lines to ensure reliable service can be a dangerous job.  Lineworkers must climb up and down poles in all kinds of weather day and night.  The job is made even more hazardous if nails or heavy staples are put on power poles to attach signs and posters.  It seems harmless, but this can become a nightmare for lineworkers.  Protruding nails or staples can tear a lineworkers gloves or protective clothing, increasing the chance of injury.  Also, boots or climbing spikes may get caught, causing a fall.  The lineworkers assure you quality, efficient, dependable electric service.  Please don't use power poles for signs and posters.

 

UAMPS 2012 INTEGRATED RESOURCE PLAN

To review this plan, click here.

 

NET METERING

To review our net metering policy, click here.

For a net metering agreement, click here.