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. 

Benefits of Having GP&L as Your Electric Provider

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new linesGP&L's municipally owned status benefits our customers in many ways. The utility reports to City Council, the community's elected representatives, so decisions are always made with Garland's best interests in mind. Electric rates are set locally and are stable and competitive.

Additionally, a portion of utility revenues is returned to the City's general fund to support municipal services.

Customers can depend on GP&L's reliable service. Power outage frequency and duration are less than state and national averages, and our ongoing line maintenance and proactive tree trimming program ensure you will have the power you need.

GP&L is customer and community focused. When outages do occur, our local electric crews and customer service center provide the best and most immediate service.

We also support the community through a number of other means, such as the EnergySaver Program, the Tree Power Free Tree Giveaway, support for Garland performing arts and partnerships with Garland Independent School District.