With the 100-degree days expected this weekend and beyond, households are using substantially more electricity. College Station Utilities offers 10 ways to help you trim your electric costs. Continue reading 10 proven ways to trim your household energy costs while enduring the sizzling Texas summer
More than 227,000 linemen and women install and maintain nine million miles of electric grid to meet our nation’s power needs. The City of College Station joins the U.S. Congress in recognizing today as National Lineman Appreciation Day in honor of the hard-working folks who protect public safety by keeping our power on.
As we observe Public Power Week, we thank the employees at College Station Utilities and Utility Customer Service for their hard work, professionalism, and the invaluable service they provide to our community every day. Continue reading Public Power Week highlights the hard work of dedicated electric utility employees
We’ve been telling you for a while about all the great benefits of College Station Utilities’ new advanced electric meters. With installation across our service area complete, you can finally start enjoying the dividends. The online portal allows customers to check their usage patterns and peak times. Here’s how you get started. Continue reading How to access the handy usage data from your new advanced electric meter
If you’ve delayed sprinkler repairs or just want to find ways to save money with your landscaping this summer, you won’t want to miss this weekend’s Greater Brazos Valley Builders Association Home & Garden Expo at the Brazos County Expo. The hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Continue reading Learn to spruce up your sprinklers at this weekend’s Home & Garden Expo
The United States Congress and the City of College Station recognize National Lineman Appreciation Day each year as a way to honor the hard-working folks who protect public safety and energize our economy by keeping the power on, often in hazardous conditions. Continue reading Brave linemen work hard to keep your power on