Please visit our Outage Center below for important updates regarding high water levels.
  • Please visit our Outage Center below for an important message regarding high water levels.

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Here's the Latest Update :

5/31/2019: We’re continuing to closely monitor water levels on the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers. We would like to notify our internet consumers in the East Hannibal, Hull, and New Canton areas that if we have to de-energize lines, this could impact our internet broadcast sites and subsequently your wireless internet service could be interrupted. If we do de-energize any lines due to high water or take any other action, we will make an official announcement. If you have questions, please give us a call at 1-800-468-4732.

  

5/30/2019: In the interest of public safety, Illinois Electric will be de-energizing some lines inside the levee along the Mississippi in Pike County due to near record levels.  Areas affected will be from Cincinnati Landing to East Hannibal. All areas outside the levee will remain energized at this time.  We will post updates if and when additional actions are required.  If you have questions, please give us a call at 1-800-468-4732.  

  

5/29/2019: Due to extremely high water levels on the Mississippi and Illinois rivers, and the risk to public safety that it creates, Illinois electric may need to de-energizing lines.  Areas on the Mississippi include lines inside the levees in Pike County.  On the Illinois, a breach of the levee at Nutwood/Eldred would cause us to de-energize lines in that area. We are monitoring the water levels closely. If we do de-energize the lines, we will make an official announcement and the lines will remain de-energized until the river recedes to safe levels. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 1-800-468-4732.

 

If you are without power, please report your outage by calling 1-800-468-4732.

The co-op also posts updates regarding widespread electric outages on our Facebook page.

Due to the breach of a levee, Illinois Electric will be de-energizing lines near Smith Lake.  This will affect only those services on Lower Smith Lake.  We will continue to monitor the situation, and will issue additional statements if further action is required.