Outage Center

Please always keep your safety in mind during outages and NEVER, EVER approach a downed power line.

In case of emergencies or downed power lines, call 911.

Outage map

Our system is set up so that we are aware of most outages right when they happen. Before reporting an outage, please check our outage map. Hover over the circles on the map to find more detailed information.

For other serious incidents, our after-hours dispatch team can be reached at 970-945-5491

Before reporting an outage

Did you check your circuit breakers or fuses? The loss of power could be a tripped breaker or blown fuse. A tripped breaker can be reset by tripping it all the way off and tripping it back on. Fuses should be replaced by a new fuse with the same amp rating. Your circuit breakers or fuses are housed in a main panel box which could be located inside or outside your house.

Did you check our outage map? The map shows real-time information about all current outages.

Report an outage

Are you prepared if the power goes out?

You can greatly lessen the impact of a power outage by taking the time to prepare in advance. You and your family should be prepared to cope on your own during a power outage for at least 72 hours.