On Thursday June 29, 2017 there will be a planned power outage (PPO). This PPO will affect approximately 30 Members between 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM within sections 6, 7, 8, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 of 59-25-4 and sections 24, 25 of 59-25-4.
If the total height of your load on an unpaved road exceeds 4.2 meters, or 5.3 meters on a numbered highway or paved road, it is considered a high load. Please contact Wild Rose REA Ltd. to arrange the escort of the load through a planned route within the REA service area. Wild Rose REA Ltd. requires a minimum of 5 working days notice to schedule a high load.
With field work well under way, please be aware of the dangers above and below! Accidents involving power lines do not just damage equipment, but can also cause serious injuries. To ensure safety, double check the location of all power lines along your route when moving large farm machinery between fields or on public roadways. If in doubt when planning your route, please contact our office and we will help you plan a safe passage. Never attempt to measure the height of a pow
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During a power outage you can be left without heating, lighting, or running water. You can lessen the impact of a power outage by taking the time to prepare in advance. If an emergency happens in your area, it may take emergency workers some time to reach you. Are you prepared to be without power? Visit https://www.wildroserea.com/are-you-prepared to learn more.
If you have any questions or if you see vegetation close to an overhead power line, please help us by calling our office @ 780-349-3655 during regular business hours or, the 24 Hour Emergency Call Center @ 1-877-749-3655 with the land location and details of the problem area along with contact information where you can be reached.
With safety in mind, under no circumstances should you try to remove the vegetation yourself.