Established in 1945, CHEC is a member-owned not-for-profit electric cooperative. Today our electricity is generated by Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc., and is transmitted through KAMO Power's transmission lines to 15 substations and almost 18,000 meters.
As concerns continue to grow about the COVID-19 crisis, Cookson Hills would like to update you on additional measures we are taking to help ensure the safety of our members, the community, and our employees. We continue to follow recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as federal, state and local authorities in our efforts to help eliminate the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus.
NEW MEASURES: EFFECTIVE MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2020
Our lobbies at both Stigler and Sallisaw offices will be CLOSEDtemporarilyin an effort to support community health.
Drive-thru services remain available during normal business hours.
In the March 2019 issue of the Hot Watts, we announced that Osmose Utilities Service, Inc. would begin inspecting and treating power poles owned by CHEC. This project was delayed due to the heavy rainfall we received this past spring. Osmose will begin Tuesday, August 6. Osmose crews will start working in the Lona Valley and Beaver Mountain area.