Wake Forest Power News
From now through mid-September Wake Forest Power tree trimming crews will be trimming trees and removing several crape myrtles along Stadium Drive in preparation for the Stadium Drive Complete Street Project scheduled to begin in 2018.
Wake Forest Power crews will also be relocating...Read more
UPDATE - Power has been restored to all affected Wake Forest Power customers.
Approximately 600 Wake Forest Power customers who live in and around downtown Wake Forest are without power this morning after a tree branch fell across power lines in the vicinity of the South Main Street and...Read more
Weather permitting, the Town of Wake Forest will close the portion of South Main Street from Elm Avenue to South Avenue on Tuesday, May 23, from 8:30 a.m.-4 pm. The temporary road closure is necessary to allow Wake Forest Power tree trimming crews to trim tree limbs and branches around overhead...Read more
Wake Forest Power has been named a 2017 "Tree Line USA" utility by the National Arbor Day Foundation. The award acknowledges Wake Forest Power's commitment to proper tree pruning, planting and care.
This marks the third year in a row Wake Forest Power has earned the honor.
Wake Forest Power is now offering Smart Thermostats to residential customers as a new way to save electricity, lower home energy bills and earn load management credits.
Through these new internet-connected thermostats, customers can manage their homes' heating and cooling systems...Read more
With weather forecasters calling for the possibility of frozen precipitation beginning overnight the Town of Wake Forest is preparing for the likelihood of a weekend of wintry weather.
Winter Storm Warning The National Weather Service...Read more
With weather forecasters calling for the possibility of frozen precipitation this weekend the Town of Wake Forest is fully prepared should wintry weather affect our community.
Wake Forest has 28 tons of sand/salt mix supply available, if needed, along with an additional 175 tons of pure...Read more
Wake Forest Power is in the second year of a three-year project aimed at upgrading the electric meters for all its residential and commercial customers. The project, which began in late 2015 and will continue into 2018, entails Wake Forest Power technicians replacing...Read more
Wake Forest Power is making it easier for customers to report electric outages and stay informed about power interruptions in their area through a new Outage Management System (OMS).
The highlight of the initiative is a new automated outage reporting telephone number: 919-761-7899....Read more
Beginning Dec. 1, Wake Forest Power will be making it easier for customers to report electric outages and stay informed about power interruptions in their area through a new Outage Management System (OMS).
The highlight of the initiative will be a new automated outage reporting telephone...Read more
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