Jo-Carroll Energy is proud to provide reliable electric and natural gas service to our members in Jo Daviess, Carroll and Whiteside Counties. A member-owned cooperative, we have provided power to residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural customers for over 70 years.
Strong thunderstorms and a possible tornado in Carroll County caused outages throughout Jo-Carroll Energy’s service territory keeping crews busy Sunday afternoon, May 19 and into Monday, May 20. Ten substations were affected during the storms throughout the day.
Jo-Carroll Energy is notifying members to please disregard the list of Healthy Savings Providers included with the new Co-op Connections® card. Several dental, vision and chiropractic providers on this list do not accept the Co-op Connections® discounts and were included by mistake. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused. A corrected list of current dental, vision and chiropractic providers accepting Co-op Connections discounts is now available to members.
Several Jo-Carroll Energy members have contacted the co-op to ask about the municipal aggregation referendum that is on the ballot for Jo Daviess County residents in April.
While all Jo Daviess County residents, regardless of their current power provider, have the right to vote on this measure, its outcome will affect only those homes and businesses currently served by ComEd. It will have no affect on Jo-Carroll Energy accounts.
Jack Graves named Illinois Country Father of the Year
There was a full house in The Elizabeth Garage on Monday, when Jack Graves was crowned 2012 Illinois Country Father of the Year. He was recognized among family and community friends as a leader among men, not only for his outstanding guidance as a father, but also for contributions to Elizabeth.