CoServ Electric Members and Gas Customers now have the option of paying their bills at more than a hundred MoneyGram agent locations in North Texas.
The Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Denton County relies on volunteers to become the child’s advocate as they navigate the foster and court system. The organization helped more than 600 children in 2019 and expects this number to grow to more than 700 in 2020.
The Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery Foundation started with a simple question: What’s the biggest missing piece in women’s health care? For world renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Rod Rohrich, the answer was breast reconstruction after a mastectomy. Federal law requires health insurance companies cover the procedure and talk to women about it. But Rohrich said 70 percent of women don’t know breast reconstruction is an option.
ANDREWS COUNTY, Texas —January 30, 2020— A ribbon cutting today in West Texas made it official: The 100-megawatt Lapetus Solar Project is up and running, and CoServ has begun purchasing electricity from it.
The Little Elm Chamber of Commerce has recognized CoServ as the Business of the Year for 2019 in recognition of the hard work and dedication by our Employees and Members in that city in 2019.
Over the past few weeks, CoServ has adjusted the lighting throughout Highland Village to make it as safe and efficient as possible.
2019 was a huge year for the CoServ Charitable Foundation, which approved nearly $1.5 million in grants. The organzation has approved more than $12 million since it started in 2004.
New Year. New Account Number. New Online and Mobile Account Experience. SmartHub is part of a major billing, payment and outage system conversion that will allow CoServ to serve customers better and faster.
CoServ Gas signed up its first two customers in Flower Mound in January 1999. Since then, the population of North Texas has grown—and so has CoServ Gas, which now serves more than 128,000 Customers.
CORINTH, Texas—September 30, 2019—The CoServ Electric Board of Directors has approved a Capital Credit retirement of $19 million for CoServ Electric Members.