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Celebrate Idaho Falls’ sesquicentennial!

On the verge of turning 150 years old, the City is celebrating its
heritage with a series of events throughout the year, including a
program and "bond" fire to honor Idaho Falls’ hydropower legacy
and the annual Public  Power Open House in late September.

Go here for more information.

Click here to enlarge the Calendar of Events.

 

Apply for the Youth Rally today

IFP is accepting applications for the Idaho Consumer-Owned Utilities Association’s annual Youth Rally. Local high school sophomores
and juniors are eligible to apply for the event, which runs from July 6-11.
IFP will cover all costs for the students who are selected to attend.
The deadline to apply is May. 1. Go here for more information.

 

Avoiding Scam Artists

Idaho Falls Power is warning customers to be aware of scam artists.

A recent tactic is for scammers to pose as utility representatives calling
by phone to collect payment for an overdue bill. The scammer threatens
to shut off electric service unless the victim will pay his or her bill
immediately, with a credit card.

If you receive such a call, we advise you to hang up immediately and
report the call to the police department at 529-1200, Idaho Falls Power
at 612-8348 or the City Utilities office at 612-8280.

Here are some tips for avoiding scams.

He aqui algunos consejos para evitar las estafas.

 

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Call 612-8430 or fill out the following form:

 

140 S. Capital Ave., PO Box 50220

Idaho Falls, Idaho 83405

Phone: (208)612-8430  Fax: (208)612-8435