Application for Service
We ask that you take care of the following details:
- Click on the button below to fill out our application for service after reading the terms and conditions listed below. Please fill out the form as completely as possible.
- Dawson PPD may require a deposit based on your credit rating before your service can be connected. Please call us at 800-752-8305 or 308-324-2386 to discuss your options. Your application will not be processed until the deposit, if necessary, is paid.
- NOTE: For security reasons, this form does not work with computers running Windows XP.
If you prefer, you can fill out the application for service at our Lexington, Kearney or North Platte offices, Monday through Friday. The Lexington office (75191 Rd 433) is open from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The Kearney office (Hwy 10 & Hwy 40) is open from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The North Platte office (1115 Prospect Drive) is open 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
By submitting the application for service form, you agree to the following terms and conditions:
The applicant agrees to pay for electric service delivered in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in Dawson Public Power District’s rate schedules, including any applicable fees or interest charges. Copies of the rate schedules may be found at www.dawsonpower.com. Copies of Dawson PPD policies and procedures are available on request. A deposit may be required before a service is energized. Such deposit will be based on the information provided to Dawson PPD by a credit reporting agency. By submitting this form, the applicant gives permission to run the credit check. By providing Dawson PPD with your phone number(s), you are giving express written consent to call that phone number for Dawson PPD business. It is the goal of Dawson PPD to provide reliable energy, however Dawson PPD is not financially responsible for damage sustained to personal property as a result of power voltage fluctuations or power disruptions for which it is not negligent. We encourage you to obtain appropriate insurance that will protect your property in the event of power voltage fluctuations or power disruptions. If the applicant is the owner of the property, they acknowledge Dawson PPD’s right to trim or remove vegetation in the right of way area in order to maintain proper clearance for power lines on the property.