Kissimmee Utility Authority

Kissimmee Utility Authority

Kissimmee Utility Authority was founded in 1901 and is Floridas sixth largest municipally-owned utility providing electric and telecommunication services to 67,000 customers in Osceola County, Florida. KUA owns and operates the Cane Island Power Park and has ownership interests in other generating stations, including coal, natural gas and nuclear sources. Wikipedia

Kissimmee Utility Authority

Kissimmee Utility Authority was founded in 1901 and is Floridas sixth largest municipally-owned utility providing electric and telecommunication services to 67,000 customers in Osceola County, Florida. KUA owns and operates the Cane Island Power Park and has ownership interests in other generating stations, including coal, natural gas and nuclear sources. Wikipedia

Sep 1, 10:19 AM

Stop by our Carroll Street lobby to get your free ""Back the Blue"" lapel ribbon honoring Officer Matthew Baxter and Sergeant Richard Sam Howard and all those in law enforcement who safeguard our families, homes and communities. By wearing these ribbons, we honor the memory of these fallen heroes and show the respect of a grateful community. #Kissimmee #KPD #KPDProud #heroes #BacktheBlue

Aug 31, 0:51 PM

Make plans to join us on Friday, Oct. 6 as we kick off our new Movie in the Park series at Kissimmee''s Lakefront Park. The event will feature free admission, free popcorn, trivia contests, prize giveaways and the showing of the animated comedy film ""The Boss Baby"" on a massive 32-foot screen. This baby is ruthless and toothless! Activities begin at 5:30 pm; movie at 7 p.m. Bring your blankets or lawn chairs and a picnic-style dinner! #free #Kissimmee #MovieinthePark #PublicPower #thebossbaby #bossbaby #bossbabymovie #family #outdoormovie

Aug 30, 9:47 PM

Kissimmee Utility Authority''s Medical Essential Service Program identifies residential customers who are dependent upon continuously electric-powered medical equipment to sustain life or prevent serious medical complications. Participation in the program does not guarantee uninterrupted electric service, and it does not exempt customers from payment of their electric bills. The program also does not automatically extend electric bill due dates, nor does it provide priority restoration. The primary benefit of the program is advanced notification of interruption of service due to non-payment of an electric bill and pre-planned outages. The registered customer''s account is also flagged to alert utility employees who may be working on the customer''s meter or service line. To qualify, in accordance with Florida Statute Title XXVII Chapter 366.15, the patient must: Reside at the customer of record address. Qualify and register annually and complete forms supplied by KUA and signed by a Florida licensed physician. Be dependent on continuously electric-powered medical equipment to sustain life or prevent serious medical complications. In the event of loss of power, it is the customer''s responsibility to have a power back-up system for their medical equipment, as well as an action plan for proceeding to the nearest medical facility. To qualify for participation in our Medical Essential Service Program, please call 407-933-9800. #medical #essentialservices #Kissimmee #osceolacounty #florida

Aug 30, 5:39 PM

For a nation reeling from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, on Wednesday came some unwelcome news: Another possible threat was brewing. Tropical Storm Irma has formed in the central Atlantic Ocean. It poses no immediate threat to land, and it''s too early to know its track. The storm is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane by the end of the week. #Irma #tropics #tropicalstorm