Crisp Power plans to resume disconnections for non-payment on May 5

Published 11:19 am Wednesday, April 29, 2020

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The Crisp County Power Commission (CCPC) met on April 28, 2020 and discussed the status of the temporary suspension of late charges and disconnection for non-payment. Staff recommended and the board approved the following:

  • Disconnection for non-payment will resume on May 5, 2020
  • Late charges will resume on May 27, 2020

The commission will continue to work with customers that may have difficulty paying on a case-by-case basis and requests those customers to call 229-273-3811.

The Crisp County Power Commission offers a variety of other options to pay your bill that do not require you to come into the office building, including:

  • CCPC’s mobile app (go to either Apple or Android App Store and search for “CCPC”)
  • CCPC’s online customer portal (
  • 2 outdoor kiosks
  • Telephone
  • Drive through
  • Mail
  • Bank draft, or
  • Your bank’s online bill pay feature.

Crisp County Power Commission leaders will assess the reopening of its lobby and the current modified scheduling of employees on April 30, 2020, after Gov. Brian Kemp announces either an extension or the expiration of the current shelter-in-place order.

“We want to assure our customers that we will remain open to conduct business and to ensure the power remains on,” CCPC said in a press release issued Wednesday. “We are in a unique situation which we all hope will soon end and not be repeated. Our earnest desire is that all employees and customers remain safe and healthy.”