Light & Power Division

Since 1945, the Town of Estes Park Light & Power Division has provided the area with quality electrical service. Today the utility serves about 11,000 customers covering an area of 350 square miles - south on Highway 7 through Meeker Park, Allenspark, Ferncliff and Pine Valley to mile marker 18.75, County Road 43 through Glen Haven and the Retreat to mile marker 11, east on Highway 34 to mile marker 72, and east on Highway 36 to mile marker 7. The area is bordered on the west by Rocky Mountain National Park.
Estes Park is one of four community owners of the Platte River Power Authority, joining the cities of Longmont, Loveland and Fort Collins in this endeavor. Platte River Power Authority, a non-profit entity, purchases or generates all of the energy needed to power these communities. Carbon-free hydropower from the Colorado Big Thompson project and renewable energy from wind projects in Wyoming comprise nearly 30% of the energy portfolio.


Customers may also report outages through this form

Before calling, the Light & Power Department asks customers to check their breaker switches.
To report a non-emergency issue such as a street light or power pole issue, please submit this form; contact Sarah Clark, Administrative Assistant, at 970-577-3627 or; or Joe Lockhart, Line Superintendent, 970-577-3613 or Contact Sarah Clark to initiate service for new construction.
Light & Power Shop
615 Elm Road
Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 1200
Estes Park, CO 80517