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GP&L Updates Regarding COVID-19:

-Various City facilities, including the Duckworth Utility Services Building are closed. In-person payments can be made at the Utility Payment Drive-Thru (717 W. State St.) from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Other utility payment options are also available.

-The City of Garland is working with customers during these difficult times, and will not disconnect electric or water service for late or lack of utility bill payment. Be aware that scammers are especially active at this time. Learn about utility billing scams and COVID-related scams.

-Social distancing keeps customers and GP&L employees safe.

-Find more coronavirus (COVID-19) updates on the City of Garland home page. 

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QSEGarland Power & Light

Since 1923, the City of Garland has been providing electric service to its citizens through Garland Power & Light (GP&L), its locally owned not-for-profit municipal utility. With nearly 71,000 customers, GP&L is the fourth largest municipal utility in Texas and the 43rd largest in the nation. GP&L is recognized nationally as a Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3®) and as a Tree Line USA Utility.

The mission of GP&L is to provide high quality, safe and reliable electric service at competitive rates to the citizens and businesses of the City of Garland through the efforts of a professional and dedicated workforce, and to enhance the quality of life in the city by creating a utility environment that supports economic development.

GP&L continually emphasizes customer service and involvement in the electric industry. Both management and staff are active members in the Texas Public Power Association, Electric Reliability Council of Texas and other industry organizations.

wind powerGP&L’s diverse energy portfolio includes power from natural gas, wind, solar and hydroelectric resources. The utility owns natural gas and hydroelectric generation facilities, and has power purchase contracts for wind and solar energy.

GP&L's electric distribution system has 388 linear miles of overhead lines and 601 linear miles of underground lines. The transmission system consists of 32 substations and 290 linear miles of transmission lines. The utility's peak load for Fiscal Year 2018 was 478.9 megawatts, with annual operating revenues of $289 million.

In the community, GP&L sponsors the Garland Chamber of Commerce Annual Golf Tournament, the City's Sweetheart Dance, the Garland Civic Theatre and the Garland Summer Musicals.