Lake Worth Beach Electric Utility

After Storm Safety

Why does my neighbor have power, but I don’t?

During the storm, we will be monitoring the condition of the electric system from our Operations Center.
We can quickly identify any outages using our remote monitoring system.

In order to keep the phone lines clear for emergencies, please use the REPORT AN ISSUE box on the top corner of our website at or click here.

Also, you check to see if your area has already been identified as having an outage by accessing the online Outage Map on our website.

Remember, your meter is designed to alert us to a problem and we will be working as quickly and as safely as possible to restore your service.

Notice of Application - FDEO Rebuild Florida Infrastructure Repair – Hurricane Irma Round 2 Funding Program

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (FDEO) has announced the availability of $100,000,000 to fund disaster recovery and mitigation projects in impacted communities. The City of Lake Worth Beach is interested in applying for ten (10) Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (FDEO) Project Grants totaling approximately $75,000,000 in funding requests for the following City projects:

138kV Tie-Line Hardening and Replacement
6th AVE South Substation Upgrade and Replacement
6th AVE South & Beach Tie-Line Circuit Hardening (7)
1W13 Phase 2 & 3 Circuit Hardening
1W05 Phase 1 & 2 Circuit Hardening
Power Plant S3 and S5 Cooling Tower Replacement
Power Plant Turbine Hall Roof Replacement
Power Plant Turbine Hall & S5 Motor Control Center Replacement
Power Plant 4kV House Breakers Replacement
Power Plant Step-Down Transformer Replacement

The City is seeking 100% FDEO grant funding for these projects, as these are unfunded needs the City has that are a necessary element of the City’s storm mitigation strategy. The public is invited to provide comments on the above projects and grant opportunity until July 14, 2020.  Please provide your comments or submit a request for a copy of the grant applications to Paul Nicholas at

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