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Pike County Light & Power

Pike County Light & Power Company delivers energy to approximately 4,700 customers and natural gas to nearly 1,200 customers in northeastern Pennsylvania. Our online/phone payment system is now available, “click” the on-line bill pay button above. Please check our website periodically for updates. Currently, we are accepting payments either by mail or in our office located at 105 Schneider Lane (next to Tractor Supply). You can make your payment by check, money order or cash at this time. Our office hours are 8am-4:30pm, if you cannot make it into the office during those times, we have a drop box located in our parking lot.

Natural Gas Delivery

No matter who you buy your natural gas supply from, we remain the delivery company that maintains the safety and reliability of the local underground distribution system that gets the gas to your home or business.

Natural Gas Delivery

No matter who you buy your natural gas supply from, we remain the delivery company that maintains the safety and reliability of the local underground distribution system that gets the gas to your home or business.

  • Gas Emergency Hotline

    For Gas Emergency Only!
    Speak with a representative by phone 24/7

    1-855-855-2268


    Electric Emergency Service Line

    To report an electrical outage
    or any dangerous conditions 24/7

    1-855-855-2433

    (listen for options)

  • Carbon Monoxide Safety
    What Is Carbon Monoxide?
    Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas produced by fuel burning appliances such as gas stoves, boilers, water heaters, dryers, space heaters, and even generators. Overexposure (most commonly due to faulty appliances) is incredibly dangerous and often results in fatalities.

    How Can I Stay Safe?
    You should install a CO detector within 15 feet of each bedroom. We do not endorse any specific brand or model of CO detectors, but we recommend you purchase one approved by Underwriters Laboratories (UL).
    Once installed, the detector will trigger an alarm when an excess amount of CO is detected.

    In addition to installing and maintaining CO detectors throughout your home, you should also never use a generator indoors. Only operate a generator outdoors in a well-ventilated, dry area, away from air intakes to the home, and protected from direct exposure to rain and snow, preferably under a canopy, open shed, or carport.

    If you suspect CO poisoning, immediately evacuate the premises and call 911.

    Signs of CO Poisoning
    • Breathing small amounts of CO can result in headaches, dizziness, or nausea.
    • Prolonged exposure could lead to fainting or, in some cases, could be fatal.
    If you suspect CO poisoning, immediately evacuate the premises and call 911.

    Signs of CO Buildup
    • Stuffy, stale, or smelly air with high indoor humidity
    • Fallen soot from a fireplace chimney or furnace flue
    • No draft in the chimney or flue
    • Hot draft backing out of the flue diverter when the furnace is operating

    Preventing CO Poisoning
    • Annually inspect your fireplace, chimney, and furnace venting system, and keep them clear of leaves, nests, soot, or other obstructions.
    • Make sure the flue pipe connection to the furnace chimney is tight and the pipes aren’t dented or cracked.
    • Check that the vent pipe on your water heater is as tight and well-fitted as the furnace piping. Replace worn parts or ill-fitting pipes.
    • When switching from oil to natural gas, be sure to have the chimney cleaned and inspected by a qualified service person.
    • Have a qualified heating contractor tune up and maintain your heating system periodically.
    • Never leave a vehicle or gasoline-powered equipment running in a garage, even with the garage door open. For the same reason, don’t use grills indoors or portable generators in an enclosed space.

  • Gas Emergency Hotline
    For Gas Emergency Only!
    Speak with a representative by phone 24/7
    1-855-855-2268
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    Electric Emergency Service Line
    To report an electrical outage
    or any dangerous conditions 24/7
    1-855-855-2433

  • Gas Emergency Hotline

    For Gas Emergency Only!
    Speak with a representative by phone 24/7

    1-855-855-2268


    Electric Emergency Service Line

    To report an electrical outage
    or any dangerous conditions 24/7

    1-855-855-2433

    (listen for options)