• Call Before You Dig

    Call Before You Dig

    Call the national 811 Call Before You Dig number or visit one of the websites listed below two working days before you dig or excavate for the location of underground gas and electric lines.

  • Causes

    Causes

    Inland Power is committed to providing safe, reliable service. From time-to-time, events beyond our control create outages.

  • Downed Power Lines

    Downed Power Lines

    If you see a downed power line, move at least 10 feet away from the line and anything touching it and contact Inland Power at 877-668-8243.

  • Portable Generator Safety

    Portable Generator Safety

    Want to be able to use gas or oil in your home when the power is out? Portable generators may be your solution. However, consider these safety tips first.

  • Prepare for an Outage

    Prepare for an Outage

    Inland Power is committed to providing safe, reliable service. From time-to-time, events beyond our control create outages.

  • Restoring Power

    Restoring Power

    Once a power outage is reported, Inland Power & Light works hard to restore your power.

  • Safety During A Power Outage

    Safety During A Power Outage

    When interruptions of electrical service do occur, we will make every effort to restore your power as quickly as possible. In the meantime, here are some tips for staying safe during a power outage.

  • Wildfire Precautions

    Wildfire Precautions

Electricity and Wildfire Precautions

Unfortunately, wildfires have been a regular occurrence in Washington state over the past few seasons. It is always a good idea to have an emergency preparedness plan in place should a fire ever threaten you and your property.

Inland Power and Light is prepared with our own plan should a fire threaten our members and/or their property. While we hope we never have to execute our preparedness plan, Inland Power and Light has safeguards in place to maximize safety and eliminate the risk of electrical lines making conditions worse during a wildfire situation.

In extreme cases, Inland Power has a Public Safety Power Shut-off protocol in place. Should this happen, Inland Power will disconnect power to the areas in question to reduce wildfire risks. Shut offs will be used as a last resort and will be as short as possible.

See the graphs below for more information about Public Safety Power Shutoffs.

Wildfire Awareness Graphic
Psps Criteria Chart