A commitment to enhancing the lives o our customers is part o LPC’s roots. During its rst months o operation, Longmont’smunicipal utility increased generation andextended the times o day that customersreceived power. Tis enabled residents torun electric washing machines and stoves,activities that were previously restricteddue to the limited power available rom theormer electric provider.In 2011, LPC demonstrated the samecommitment to Longmont as it did 100years ago. Customers received highly reliableelectricity at some o the lowest rates inColorado, had access to a variety o energy eciency programs, and when surveyed,responded with a 97% overall satisactionrating. LPC also introduced a eet o environmentally riendly hybrid utility service vehicles that save on uel costs andrun more quietly.Te passage o ballot question 2A in November restored the community’sright to use City-owned inrastructure toprovide telecommunications services toresidences and businesses. Since that time,LPC has been exploring a range o optionsto leverage these existing resources in anongoing efort to enhance connectivity throughout the City.Trough continued community support,LPC’s legacy o responding to customerneeds is poised to continue. We now havethe opportunity to build a oundationor technology-based innovation that willserve Longmont’s residents and allow its businesses to be strong and globally competitive into the uture.
marked the fnal year in Longmont Power &Communication’s (LPC) frst century o service.
As wereached this milestone, LPC continued the legacy o providing exceptional value and outstanding benet to the community.