Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
At Liberty Utilities, delivering electricity, gas, and water safely and reliably to our customers is always our primary goal. With the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation, we wanted to provide you with an update on the actions we’re taking across our company to protect the health and safety of our customers and employees and to help ensure that the communities we serve can continue to count on the critical services we provide.
On April 8, 2020, Liberty Utilities announced a $500,000 donation to support communities within its service territories during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are pleased to share with you that several local organizations have been chosen as recipients.
Liberty employees participated in the selection of local organizations that they felt provided much-needed support to our customers and our communities. These organizations hold a special place in the hearts of our employees, and we thank them and so many other deserving organizations for serving our communities in such impactful ways.
For residents in need of assistance, the United Way 211 program can help match you with local programs including health, nutrition and financial services. Call 211 or
For small businesses needing financial assistance, please contact the Small Business Association. They offer a Payroll Protection Program, Loan Advances, Bridge Loans and Debt Relief.
On April 8, 2020, Liberty Utilities announced a $500,000 donation to support communities within its service territories during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the health and safety of our communities, we are closing our walk-in customer service centers to the public until further notice. Our teams are also available to take your calls. We recognize that many of our customers are experiencing financial uncertainty. If you are facing a potential hardship, we urge you to call us to discuss payment options and available assistance. We are here to help.
We know our customers and communities depend on us now more than ever. Rest assured, we take this responsibility to heart. We remain focused on providing safe, reliable energy, water, and wastewater during this very difficult situation. We will continue to update you as things change.
Your tap water is safe from coronavirus (COVID-19), according to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The safeguards Liberty Utilities has always taken to protect water quality are effective to keep it safe from viruses.
For more information, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.
To assist customers and communities during the rapidly evolving COVID-19 public health emergency, Liberty Utilities has suspended service disconnections for non-payment. This temporary suspension includes residential and business customers.
We encourage customers who have questions or who may be facing potential hardship to contact our customer service departments. We offer a variety of payment options and can assist customers with payment arrangements should they be needed.
“We recognize our customers count on the essential services Liberty provides,” said Brent Baker, Liberty Utilities Vice President of Customer Experience Operations. ” With the uncertainty surrounding this virus, we want to ensure our customers have access to the services they need to help maintain their health and safety. “
Liberty continues to actively monitor the situation, and our teams are taking all necessary measures to ensure the safe and reliable delivery of services to our customers.
We have suspended all water conservation and energy efficiency programs in homes and businesses including our water and energy audits.
Utilities must often respond to extreme conditions and disasters. We plan and practice regularly to help ensure continuity of service. We take this responsibility seriously. As part of our pandemic response, we are implementing our emergency plan and quickly adjusting to conditions of the current COVID-19 situation to ensure safe and reliable service to our customers and communities.