Fields are busy this time of year, so it’s important to remember to look up, look out and look around for electrical equipment.
Summer has been setting records so far in the OPPD service territory. Here are a few easy ways to not let the heat get to you.
About 50 OPPD employees have traveled the district for 40 years working on equipment ensuring reliability for customers.
Living and working safely is part of OPPD’s culture from office meetings to the field.
OPPD honored the 18 employees who have died in the line of duty during the annual Day of Remembrance.
Faulty wiring or the use of damaged cords and devices can electrify the water. Make sure your swimming area is safe.
It’s storm season again. Know what to do and how to keep out of harm’s way when the weather threatens.
Remember these kite safety tips to ensure a safe outing, and avoid disrupting power by interfering with electrical equipment.
“Gee, it sure would be great to camouflage that green metal box in my yard,” you think to yourself while planning your
In mid-April 1991, a new rap song exploded on Omaha’s local airwaves. With catchy beats and even catchier phrases, this tune