Kansas One Call — Call before you dig!
Before digging on your property, remember to have your utility lines marked. Call Kansas 811 for free utility lines marking. If you have private utility lines, such as a detached building or swimming pool, remember to call a private utility locator as well.
Safe Electricity provides safety, efficiency, and renewable energy information. It was created and is supported by a diverse group of organizations united by mutually important consumer issues. Their mission is to create a safer, smarter world by providing life-saving, energy-saving, and cost-saving information and resources.
KEC is the Kansas statewide service organization for 26 electric distribution cooperatives and three generation and transmission cooperatives. Formed on August 18, 1941, and headquartered in Topeka, KEC represents the interests and provides needed services and programs to the electric co-ops that serve Kansans.
Each year, the Department of Children and Families operates the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program, funded federally. This program helps eligible households pay a portion of their home energy costs by providing a one-time per year benefit. Applications must be submitted through DCF. Additional information may be obtained by calling 1-800-432-0043.