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The Electric department provides cost effective, reliable and safe service to the over 18,000 electric customers in Davidson County. Through regular maintenance and repair, system expansion and responsive service, we strive to meet our customers' needs.

Number of meters ...18,331

kWh sold ...393,249,951

Miles of distribution lines ...717

Public Utilities - Electric
Since 1904, the City of Lexington has provided residents inside and outside the city with electricity; servicing residential, commercial and industrial customers across much of Davidson County.

The Electric Department has a professional workforce dedicated to providing safe, reliable, responsive, quality services to the community. Our staff provides timely, courteous, personal service to meet customers' needs, ensuring reliable utility service.

Lexington Utilities is the trusted electric provider for residential, commercial, and industrial customers across Davidson County.  We know that our customers count on us to be a safe, reliable, and efficient energy source.  Our Electric department has been awarded the Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3) award for the past two years.  This award is given for the highest degree of reliable and safe electrical service.  Our Electric department was 1 of only 94 companies nationwide to receive this prestigious award.  We take our responsibility seriously and look forward to serving you in the future.RP3 logo.jpg

Lexington Utilities provides a complete package to make your connection to electric as easy and convenient as possible.  If you have any questions, please contact the Electric department. 

Emergency Calls
The Electric department responds immediately 24/7 to emergency calls. Emergencies include:

  • Power Outages
  • Downed Power Lines
  • Fire
  • Storm related damages

Visit the following page to find out how to report a problem with electric service.

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  • Mar 12
    Report A Power Outage Online

    Lexington Utilities has a new service to better serve you. You can now report a power outage online.

  • Dec 21
    The Fire at Dixie Furniture (LFI Plant 1)

    The dust is beginning to settle from one of the largest fires in Lexington history. Crews continue to monitor the mounds of brick and twisted metal that once was Dixie Furniture.


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Last updated: 3/12/2018 9:26:42 AM