Welcome to Stanton County Public Power District!
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Scammers are targeting SCPPD members claiming that their bill is past due and their power will be disconnected if they don’t pay. The scammer may demand the target to pay with either a Moneypak or with a preloaded credit card. If you feel that you have been a target of this scam –or any other scam –, please hang up immediately and call our office (1-877-439-2228) and the authorities.
SCPPD will never call you demanding immediate payment and threaten disconnection.
SCPPD will contact you as a courtesy if you are past due and to work out a payment plan.
SCPPD will never call you after office hours demanding payment. Our normal office hours are 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
As a reminder, never give out any personal information over the phone to someone that called you.
As the storm season continues, SCPPD would like to remind its customers to stay safe and vigilant. If you see any damaged power lines or equipment, please stay away and report them to SCPPD immediately by calling 1-877-439-2228.
SCPPD would also like to ask its customers for assistance in finding damaged equipment such as electric meters. If you notice any damage to your service or meter, please contact the SCPPD office.
Tornado Relief Funds
If you would like to help those effected by the recent tornadoes, there are a couple of funds that have been established.
For Pilger Relief:
Pilger Community Development Fund
c/o Midwest Bank
PO Box 346
Pilger, NE 68768
Or, donations can be dropped off at any Midwest Bank location.
For Rural Stanton County Relief:
Stanton Tornado Relief Fund
c/o Stanton State Bank
PO Box 437
Stanton, NE 68779
At SCPPD we are constantly striving to improve our operations and service with the best value for supplying you with reliable electric power.
We take pride in running safe and environmentally sound operations which are balanced with the quality and reliability that you as our customers demand and the affordability you deserve.
Please know that in a world filled with cost increases – we are always looking for ways to keep our costs low and our service levels high with our customers in mind.
Within this site, you may find out more about SCPPD and our staff. You can link to our payment gateway, “SmartHub”. You can also find out about our billing policies as well as safety information and energy education. Look for EnergyWise incentives and follow along any new projects.
As always, we are here to serve YOU. If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to answer your questions or help solve your issues.
Thank you for the opportunity to serve in our District with your confidence and support of Stanton County Public Power.