Electric

The Stockton Power Plant houses 5 Fairbanks - Morse generating units with an SPP accredited generating capacity of 4.9 megawatts. Its primary purpose is emergency black-start and summer time peaking. The city's electrical needs are meet with power purchase contracts and buying out of the market. All profits are re-invested into the community.

Responsibilities
The Electric Distribution department is in charge of the following duties:
  • Building and maintaining distribution lines and secondary services
  • Repair of the lines, transformers, and the entire system
We are on call 24/7/365 for our customer's convenience. After hours and on weekends you can call the Rooks County Sheriff's Office to alert us of problems.

We are a 2 man crew, Kevin States, Electric Distribution Superintendent and Harley Miller, Lineman. Along with the construction of new lines we maintain the system, trim trees, perform system upgrades, and take care of the day to day functions such as read outs, locates, and turn-ons and shut-offs. Our customers are priority number 1. We will keep the lights on for you.

Electric Rates
Rates Effective
Commencing with the 1st full billing period following the effective date of this ordinance the City of Stockton will charge for some electrical services as set out in the schedules contained herein.

Minimum Charge for All Electric Customers
All electric customers, except Large Power Service, shall be charged a minimum fee of $20 per customer meter per month.

Rates for Residential, Light Commercial Service & Total Electric Service
The following rates shall be applicable to Residential and Light Commercial Service being less than 5 connected horsepower measured through a single meter, and for Total Electric Service where the total energy requirements are supplied by electricity.
  • For the 1st 3000 KWH/$0.145 per KWH
  • Over 3000 KWH/$0.125 per KWH
Rates for Commercial or Industrial Power
The following rates shall be applicable where service is primarily for power of 5 connected horsepower or more.
  • For the 1st 10,000 KWH/$0.145 per KWH
  • Over 10,000 KWH/$0.125 per KWH