Important Notice: Utility Bill Pay Application Maintenance

A planned maintenance period is scheduled for the City of Longmont Utility Bill Pay application website on Saturday January 19th, 2019 from 9am to 1pm. This online application will be unavailable entirely or may experience intermittent periods of downtime during this time. Please save your work and avoid using the system during this time frame. We apologize for any inconvenience.



Electric Safety Quick Tips for Residents

  • Be sure to unplug any lamp or appliance before working on it.
  • Test the wires before you touch them to make sure that the power has been turned off.
  • Never touch plumbing or gas pipes when performing a do-it-yourself electrical project.
  • Use surge protectors to prevent damage to any electrical equipment and for user safety.

Electric Safety Quick Tips for Business

  • Before working on or around electrical systems or equipment, identify the load circuits and disconnect. Remember, in some cases, turning power off may cause other hazards.
  • Select the appropriate personal protective 
    equipment (PPE).
  • Never assume that the equipment or system is de-energized. Remember to always test before you touch.
  • Use lock-out/tag-out procedures. Make sure your test equipment is working properly both before and after you use it.

Electric Safety Quick Tips for the Community

  • Do not climb trees or fly drones or kites near power lines. A cotton string attached to a kite can conduct electricity.
  • Never try to remove anything from an overhead power line. Call LPC for assistance at 303-651-8386.
  • If you see a downed power line, move away from it and anything touching it. The ground around power lines - up to 35 feet away - may be energized.
  • Water and electricity don't mix. Avoid damp conditions (including wet grass) when using electricity.



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