Routine website maintenance between midnight and 6 a.m. Monday, August 17, could result in delays and the inability to access certain areas of CoServ.com. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your patience.
The contest is open to all CoServ Members and the winner will receive tickets to Radiance: A Holiday Light Spectacular in Frisco!
The energy crisis that the world experienced this past summer created an unprecedented situation that resulted in higher bills electricity costs for everyone. CoServ Members who were Budget Billing are just now feeling those effects on their bills this November.
In September of this year, your board voted to adopt a Financing Order authorizing securitization. The securitization financing will allow CoServ to spread the extraordinary costs and expenses from Uri over a period of 25 years to keep your monthly bills lower than they would be absent the securitization financing.
There’s a reason we mention safety first and foremost; we want all our linemen to get home to their families every day – especially when working near high voltage electricity.
This year, CoServ celebrated its 85th anniversary so we are taking a look back at the record-breaking growth, milestones and the many ways we are powering community.
We listened to your feedback and will be rolling out a brand-new bill in 2023!
Milder weather and lower cost per kilowatt-hour means CoServ Members should have their lowest bills since the spring.
CoServ Employees restored power to 1,800 meters from two electric cooperatives during their nearly 2-week mutual aid trip to central and southern Florida.
This is the most significant contribution CCF has ever explicitly made for utility assistance, a reflection of the increased energy costs that CoServ had to pass on, particularly over the summer months.
On the coldest winter days, CoServ Gas Customers rely on their heaters to work – it’s a matter of life or death. Safe and reliable natural gas depends on the gas pressure staying above 10 pounds per square inch, especially during the morning and evening hours when gas usage is highest.