Pueblo area residents have indicated they are unhappy with the services they have received from Black Hills Energy. The City resolves to take the steps necessary to determine the legal, financial, and operational feasibility of exercising its right in the year 2020 to provide electric utility service within the territorial boundaries of the City.
We want to hear from you and answer your questions. Share your feedback with us about the energy debateHERE
Monday evening, San Isabel Electric offered to partner with the City of Pueblo in a public utility trust. The electric company would serve as distribution center operator should city residents cast ballots cutting ties with Black Hills Electricity and eventually forming a municipal utility. The content of San Isabel Electric’s presentation can be found here. Public Power Pathways
Monday evening, during the Pueblo City Council’s work session meeting, the Electric Utility Commission made its recommendation on municipalizing the electric power provider. Follow this link to see the Power Point used in that meeting.Click here
Commission Meeting Schedule The commission meeting place on January 16, 2020 at 3 pm in the City Council Chambers
1 City Hall Place - 3rd Floor