Right of Way Crew Locations

Reliable energy is essential to the co-op and to the homes and businesses we serve. Keeping trees and other vegetation safely away from power lines is crucial for our ongoing system maintenance. While some power outages are out of our control – things such as car accidents or lightning – many outages can be prevented by making sure trees and other vegetation are kept well away from the lines.

Each year the co-op and our tree-trimming contractors clear limbs and brush and in some cases remove entire trees that are too close to the lines or near other electrical equipment. They carefully follow guidelines and best practices provided by the International Society of Arboriculture. While crews can not call to notify each member when a crew is in their area, we do publish a schedule on Social Media as well.

 

ROW Crews Locations:

Date Location Equipment Contractor
5/2/22-6/2/22 State Hwy. 304, County Rd. 207, State Hwy. 30, County Rd. 323, Hunter Bend Rd. Crews will have bucket trucks to trim trees as well as large equipment (chippers, chipper trucks, a giraffe, and a mower) to clear undergrowth. All equipment will have identification on sides. Kendall
5/2/22-6/2/22 Hwy. 58 and Mans Hollow Rd. Crews will have bucket trucks to trim trees as well as large equipment (chippers, chipper trucks, a giraffe, and a mower) to clear undergrowth. All equipment will have identification on sides. Kendall
5/2/22-6/2/22 Lamontville Rd. and Hiwassee Dr. Crews will have bucket trucks to trim trees as well as large equipment (chippers, chipper trucks, a giraffe, and a mower) to clear undergrowth. All equipment will have identification on sides. Kendall
5/2/22-6/2/22 Bates Pike, Carson Rd., Weese Rd., Branam Rd., Cedar Springs Rd. Crews will have bucket trucks to trim trees as well as large equipment (chippers, chipper trucks, a giraffe, and a mower) to clear undergrowth. All equipment will have identification on sides. Kendall