Magic Valley Crews Continue Outage Restoration Day 7

Mercedes, TX., 8/1/2020– Magic Valley Electric Cooperative MVEC crews continue working to restore service to the approximately 287 remaining members affected by Hurricane Hanna.

At the peak of the outages, more than 75,000 MVEC members were without power. We have been able to restore more than 74,713 roughly 98% percent of all member outages since Hurricane Hanna. We ask our members that remain without power to call our Call Center at 866-225-5683 to report outage related issues only.
Safety is our top priority and we are focused on the safety of our members, communities and crews while we attempt to restore power to all affected members.
Magic Valley encourages everyone to treat all downed power lines and poles as if they are energized and to notify the cooperative or local law enforcement officials of downed lines as soon as possible.
Magic Valley serves more than 126,138 member accounts throughout 7 counties in The Rio Grande Valley. The cooperative’s headquarters is located in Mercedes with full-service offices in Edinburg, Pharr and Brownsville. For the latest news and information, visit www.magicvalley.coop or https://www.facebook.com/MagicValleyEC


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