Electric Projects

Estes Park Light and Power is continually striving to provide the best electrical service to it customers.

In a dynamic environment like the Rocky Mountains, regular maintenance and upgrades to the electric system are required. Capital improvement projects are continually underway to bring long-term upgrades to the system. Please refer to the Electric Capital Improvements page for regular updates on these ongoing projects.


The flood of September 2013 caused significant, widespread damage to infrastructure throughout the region. Estes Park Light and Power has been working on repairing damage to the electric system throughout the service area. The Flood Recovery page will provide regular updates to these ongoing projects.
 


Current Electric Project Notices

  • Power outage April 4 along MacGregor Avenue, Stanley Pavilion.

Estes Park Light and Power will conduct a planned power outage Tuesday, April 4 from approximately 4 a.m. until 2 p.m. Affected areas will include the Stanley Pavilion and homes on the east and west side of MacGregor Avenue.  Affected properties will receive door-hanger notifications. The outage will allow crews to install underground lines along MacGregor Avenue between U.S. 34/Wonderview Avenue and Big Horn Drive.

Zoom in to view the outage area on this map: https://arcg.is/Lmq1q

For more information please contact Light and Power Administrative Assistant Sarah Clark at 970-577-3627 or sclark@estes.org.

 

Town of Estes Park Light and Power Division has contracted a crew to begin taking inventory of our electric system to improve and provide accuracy to our GIS maps. This inventory includes poles, powerlines, and transformers throughout the service area of the Estes Valley. Crews began work in Glen Haven in May 2016, working through the winter. At times they will be accessing right of ways on properties to walk out the powerlines and collect additional data.