Dawson PPD announces scholarship winners

(April 16, 2018) Lexington, Neb. – Dawson Public Power District has awarded a total of $3,000 in scholarships to two high school seniors. Zachary Beckenhauer of Cozad was awarded the Dawson PPD Utility Line Scholarship. Evan Palmer of Kearney was... Read More...

Board members hold office positions

The Dawson PPD Board of Directors voted to reinstate its current officers. Your officers are: President – Paul Neil Vice President – A.C. “Pat” Hecox Treasurer – Dan Muhlbach                   April 2018... Read More...

Tree Trimming: Who’s Responsible?

Trees beautify our yards, provide us with shade, and naturally attract climbing children. However, when trees grow to interfere with power lines, they become safety hazards, and are among the most common causes for utility outages. Dawson PPD employs two,... Read More...

New calling system reports outages faster

A new telephone system will make reporting power outages after regular business hours faster. Known as Interactive Voice Response, or IVR, the automated system will take the customer’s telephone or meter number via keypad to quickly report power outages after... Read More...

What our customers say

An informed customer is our greatest asset.