The Petit Jean Electric offices will be closed Monday, May 27, 2019, in observance of Memorial Day.
If you haven’t already, you should receive the Petit Jean Electric Cooperative Annual Report and ballot for the election of two directors soon.
Electric cooperatives’ top priority is always to provide safe, reliable, affordable energy to our members. Your wellbeing and that of the larger communities we serve are of paramount concern.
Each year, starting in February, Petit Jean Electric Cooperative begins taking applications for the Electric Cooperative Youth Tour to Washington.
You can use a portable generator to supply electricity to your appliances if an emergency exists during a power outage. But if used improperly they can kill you and the people who are restoring power to your building.
Check out the 2018 Service Award recipients.
Petit Jean Electric Cooperative Corporation works to serve you the member, not to make a profit. As a member, you share in the residuals in the form of Capital Credits.
Electric cooperatives have a proud history of giving back. In fact, “concern for community” is one of the seven principles of the electric co-op business mode, and it is one that we at Petit Jean Electric
Cooperative value year-round.
The Brandon McCallister family of Marshall has been named the Searcy County Farm Family of the Year.
You would think the numbers tell the story: 600 -plus acres, 700 head in 2017, 15 years, three children, first place (a number that comes up a lot), and other numbers, measures of time, space, finishing order.