System Maintenance

System Maintenance

Crawford Electric works year-round to maintain and improve our electric distribution system to provide our members safe, reliable power. Along with an engineering firm and our power supplier, our engineering and operations department makes a plan every four years for growth and improvements to meet the needs of our members. Types of projects may include pole replacements, upgrades to line equipment and meter upgrades. Watch for information about system improvement and maintenance projects in Your Co-op Connection inside the Crawford Electric edition of Rural Missouri. Members are notified of work in their area via text message or voice call.

 

 

Bucket truck crew working on a line

Crews adding hardware to pole

Line upgrades

System Maintenance Notifications

Members are notified via phone calls or text messages. Please make sure the co-op has the best phone number to reach you!

 

Members in the Tea Lakes area, Highway V to Highway T,  south of Owensville along Highway 19 and the area west of Highway EE were notified on Aug. 23, 2018 that over the course of the next several months that employees of Lee Inspection and Consulting Services, Inc. will be in your area to conduct inventories and/or inspections (pole inspections) of various components of the power grid. This work will involve individuals walking through or using an ATV to access the utility easements on or near your property. Any such worker should be wearing a company hard hat, a fluorescent yellow reflective company shirt and be carrying proper identification. All vehicles will be marked with Lee Inspection and Consulting Services and Authorized Contractor of Crawford Electric.  The work will be done Monday through Saturday during daylight hours only. This proactive and necessary work is critical to maintaining safe, reliable, cost effective electric service to you, our valued member.

Members served by Substation 4 Feeder 3 (Hwy D, Miramiguoa) were notified on Aug. 13, 2018 that over the course of the next two months that vegetation management contractors will be working in your area. Crews from Asplundh Tree Expert Co. will be ensuring the safety and reliability of your electric service by maintaining a clear utility right-of-way (15 feet on both sides of the center-most power line). This work is a necessary part of our efforts to maintain your electric distribution system to provide you with the highest quality electric service.

Members served by Substation 4 Feeder 2 (north and west of Sullivan) were notified on Aug. 2, 2018 that over the course of the next few months that vegetation management contractors will be working in your area. Crews from Asplundh Tree Expert Co. will be ensuring the safety and reliability of your electric service by maintaining a clear utility right-of-way (15 feet on both sides of the center-most power line). This work is a necessary part of our efforts to maintain your electric distribution system to provide you with the highest quality electric service.

Members in Woodland Lakes, Anthonies Mill and Indian Creek subdivision as well as surrounding areas were notified on July 24, 2018 that over the course of the next several months that employees of Lee Inspection and Consulting Services, Inc. will be in your area to conduct inventories and/or inspections (pole inspections) of various components of the power grid. This work will involve individuals walking through or using an ATV to access the utility easements on or near your property. Any such worker should be wearing a company hard hat, a fluorescent yellow reflective company shirt and be carrying proper identification. All vehicles will be marked with Lee Inspection and Consulting Services and Authorized Contractor of Crawford Electric.  The work will be done Monday through Saturday during daylight hours only. This proactive and necessary work is critical to maintaining safe, reliable, cost effective electric service to you, our valued member.