November 2018 Board Update

Nov 29, 2018

Get Your Home Ready for Winter Months and Save Money

Weather forecasters are predicting a cold winter ahead and CU offers several energy and money saving incentives and tips that can help not only with your winter utility bills but year-round as well. We also provide several convenient ways to pay your bill that will save time, and remove some of the uncertainty. Visit the Ways to Save, and My Account sections of our website for more information or view a short CUrious video with specific tips and guidelines on one of our social media platforms.

Halloween Hustle Proceeds Benefit Harmony House

Harmony House, a local shelter for families escaping domestic violence, was presented a check for $18,000 from the proceeds of the sixth annual Halloween Hustle 5k and 10k. The October 27 event had over 300 participants.

Share the Light Event Kicks Off Project SHARE

City Utilities will again partner with Alice 95.5 for Share the Light benefitting Project SHARE and OACAC. The event will be held on Saturday, December 15 in front of the Alice 95.5 studios in the Plaza Shopping Center at Glenstone and Sunshine. Additional details will be provided closer to the event date.

Board of Public Utilities Selects Officers for 2019

The Board of Public Utilities announced today the officers for the 2019 calendar year.
Joe Reynolds– Chair
Denise Silvey – Vice Chair
Rob Rector – Secretary
Jennifer Wilson – Assistant Secretary


Upcoming Events:

  • Thursday, December 6 – Citizens Advisory Council
  • Monday, December 24 – Christmas Holiday Observed – CU Offices Closed
  • Tuesday, December 25 – Christmas Holiday Observed – CU Offices Closed
  • Tuesday, January 1 – New Year Holiday Observed – CU Offices Closed
    (CU Transit will be operating on holiday routes and schedules on December 25 and January 1.)