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Lee Sifton

Lee Sifton

Electric Department Senior Foreman

Dan Chamberlin

Dan Chamberlin

Troy Craven

Troy Craven

Generator Technician

Generator Technician

Jon Flower

Electric Department

The Electric Department serves approximately 2,475 customers.  This department maintains all the distribution lines and transformers in the City.  There are 230 miles of electric lines, 584 Street Lights and 424 Transformers.

The department operates two bucket trucks and a Digger Derek, which is used for digging holes for electrical poles. 

The City of Eaton Rapids is also proud to have its own Generation Facility, which has two dual fuel diesel/natural gas generators. They are Fairbank Morse O.P. Engines.


2011 Energy Optimization Report
2011 Energy Optimization Detail

2011 City of Eaton Rapids Renewable Energy Report

 

Automatic Payment Application
Shut Off Policy

Appliance Recycling Information
Energy Optimization Rebates


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UPDATE: The current power outage is an issue through Consumers Energy and not the City of Eaton Rapids. For an accurate estimated time of restoration, please contact Consumers Energy.

UPDATE: Consumers is switching power and should have it restored soon.

UPDATE: Consumers has located the problem. It was more extensive than originally anticipated however, power is expected to be restored within another hour.

Power Outage 10/21/2019: The main power feed to our west substation is down causing a large city wide power outage. Consumers is anticipating that the issue will be resolved in one hour.
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If you or anyone you know would love to participate in Halloween activities and also is autistic, the City of Eaton Rapids will have available at no cost a laminated copy of the image below. They will be available Wednesday during Main St. Trick-or-Treat and in City Hall up until the close of business on Halloween. ... See MoreSee Less

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