In Your Community
A Citizen Wherever We Serve
As a company, we want to be judged not only by the service we provide, but also for what we do to improve the quality of life for all people in the places where we live and work.
A Commitment to Citizenship is the Heart of Our Culture
Our vision is based on a very simple premise: We must all work together to promote the growth of our state and the prosperity of our customers. Our vision to be "a citizen wherever we serve" still holds true more than 100 years after it was first coined by our first president, Preston Arkwright.
At Georgia Power, every community matters, because every community is home. Take a look at our 2016 Citizenship Report to see our involvement in and impact on communities across the state. View Report
Georgia Power employees are passionately committed to enriching their local neighborhoods. Learn about our four statewide community projects: MLK Day, Earth Day, Relay for Life and the Red Cross. Learn More
We are dedicated to being good community stewards. Our charitable giving works on three fronts: Georgia Power Foundation, Inc., corporate giving and employee giving. Learn More
Georgia Power proudly supports educational initiatives throughout the state by offering educational grants, plant tours, educational resources and more.
According to the National Safety Council, every year in the U.S. there are approximately 12,000 electrical-related accidents resulting in 525 deaths. Help us work to lessen electrical hazards and accidents by taking steps to use electricity safely.
Trees & Right-of-Way Management
Learn why it's essential for Georgia Power to maintain trees around our power lines in order to provide safe and dependable electrical service.
Lakes & Recreation
Georgia Power is the largest non-government provider of recreational facilities in the state. We welcome you to come out to enjoy our beautiful lakes and parks.
Georgia Power's top priority is to provide excellent customer service along with our reliable and affordable electricity. Whether assistance is needed in understanding a bill or in paying a bill, we can help.
Help Georgians experiencing financial hardship with their power bill through Project SHARE. To participate, you can contribute $1, $2, $5 or more each month and Georgia Power will match your donation.
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