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Welcome!

On behalf of our organization, I welcome you to our website which contains information to help you conduct business with us or use our utility services more wisely. We are focused on providing reliable, cost-based services in a customer oriented environment.
Please contact us if you need further information or wish to order an additional service. Your opinion is important to us. Your comments will be appreciated in assisting us in serving you better.
Sincerely,
Terry Wimberley, General Manager

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Board of Public Utilities
Board of Public Utilities4 hours ago
We have approximately 3000 customers without electricity due to the storms that moved through our service area. We have about 12 poles down that we are aware of. All crews have been dispatched and will continue to work until all power has been restored. Please remember to report all outages to our dispatcher or through the My BPU app. We appreciate your patience!
Board of Public Utilities
Board of Public Utilities5 days ago
BPU loves Helping Hand! Our employees donated 138 items for today's auction. We strive to be involved in the community and give back where we can. Helping Hand has provided us that opportunity today. Well done, BPU employees!
Board of Public Utilities
Board of Public Utilities1 week ago
Since 1976, every U.S. President has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month. The month is used to remember the important contributions and achievements of African Americans throughout our nation’s history. BPU and our customers have benefited from significant contributions from African American employees throughout the years. Today, we honor and remember the following African Americans who have retired with many collective years of service to BPU and to the Paris/Henry County community. Thanks to all of you!!

Voidell Puckett (retired 1982)
Charlie Barksdale (retired 1985)
Rell Peoples (retired 1988)
Roger Cunningham (retired 1988)
James “PeeWee” Puckett (retired 1995)
Luke Blakemore (retired 2005)
Dorris Kendall (retired 2007)
Mary Teague (retired 2015)
Board of Public Utilities
Board of Public Utilities2 weeks ago
The current Leadership Henry County class visited BPU this morning as part of their Government Day activities. Our employees were able to share BPU history as well as current day BPU information with the group. We demonstrated a portion of the safety program that is used in schools and throughout the community. The class also saw a live version of our outage management system and explored the "MY BPU" app that is available for download.
Board of Public Utilities
Board of Public Utilities3 weeks ago
The Board of Public Utilities has a Full-Time position opening for a ROW Laborer/Tree Trimmer. This position requires a High School Diploma or equivalent. According to the Tennessee Department of Labor Child Labor Laws successful candidate must be 18 years of age or older. Position is subject to outside weather conditions & strenuous physical activity. Must have experience operating a chainsaw. Applicants will be required to obtain a Commercial Drivers License. Paris Board of Public Utilities is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and a TN Drug-Free Workplace.
Applications may be picked up at the office at 117 East Washington St. between 7:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. No phone calls please.

Resumes and Applications will be accepted thru February 14, 2018.
Board of Public Utilities
Board of Public Utilities3 weeks ago
Congratulations to Terry Smith who completed 33 years of service with BPU today! Terry, thank you for your hard work and dedication throughout your career! You will be missed!

 

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