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Excitement is building for The Cove at The Lakefront, a 42,000-square-foot indoor water park that’s scheduled to open in Little Elm in mid-March. If you’re an EV owner, there’s an extra reason to be excited because while you’re floating in the lazy river, your vehicle will be charging in the parking lot. Last month, the Little Elm Town Council approved a grant for the installation of four Level 2 electric vehicle chargers in the parking lot.
CoServ is a rapidly growing electric and gas utility that has grown into one of the largest cooperatives in the country as our service territory becomes increasingly urban and suburban. But we haven’t forgotten our heritage as a small-town rural cooperative going back to our founding as Denton County Electric Cooperative in 1937.
Through payroll deductions and company fundraisers, CoServ Employees contribute to CoServ Charitable Foundation’s General Fund, which is making a real difference in people’s lives outside CoServ’s service territory.
CoServ’s 2020 Holiday Food Drive will have eight different drop-off locations and all donations will be kept local so they serve needy people in your community.
CoServ linemen are heading home from Mississippi after spending several days there restoring power in the aftermath of Hurricane Zeta. Coast Electric Power Association released them Wednesday and they started heading back to Texas Thursday morning.
For the first time since March, when the COVID-19 pandemic started in North Texas, the CoServ Charitable Foundation is accepting grant applications from nonprofits that meet basic human needs.
CORINTH, Texas – October 22, 2020 – The CoServ Charitable Foundation has designated another $100,000 to the CCF COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund to assist residential Members and Customers affected financially by the pandemic.
The virtual campout was a great way for the city’s Parks and Recreation Department to continue engaging with citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic, said Tony Hill, Resource Development Manager for the city of Allen. The city of Allen is planning three more socially distanced events over the next few months that will target different age groups. CoServ will sponsor these events, as well.
Reading reviews online for your business can sometimes feel like picking petals off of flowers. Some say they love us, some say they hate us. But how do we really feel about that Google rating?
The start of the 2020-2021 school year was anything but normal. Would learning be virtual, in-person or some combination of the two?
The COVID-19 pandemic forced parents, teachers and school districts to make tough decisions regarding students and classrooms amid continued uncertainty. One thing that shouldn’t be doubted is CoServ’s commitment to academic initiatives.