Just as the faces of OPPD line crews have changed, so have their equipment and vehicles. These photos show line crews from the
Long before EVs were cool, OPPD’s predecessor purchased an electric-powered truck for it’s underground department.
In the 1920s, Omaha’s storefronts got a facelift with neon advertisements.
Employees from all around the district pitched in for the different aspects of the downtown restoration effort.
Many OPPD customers opened their utility bills in March 1958 to find new “punched cards” instead of the usual billing statements
The magazine featured a variety of topics related to OPPD commercial customers and their business operations.
Grandma may have found the recipe for her famous lime gelatin salad in an OPPD holiday cookbook, once a collectible giveaway.
The nationwide event was held at the utility’s Elkhorn Center and featured hundreds of lineworkers from across the country.
Home Service employees were invaluable ambassadors of OPPD by teaching customers how to live better with electric appliances.
Lessons learned as a young girl in cooking classes remain in Silke’s memory.