Idaho Power responds to coronavirus concerns

Posted at 11:32 AM, Mar 16, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-16 13:32:13-04

BOISE, Idaho — Idaho Power is reducing public activities to reduce to spread of coronavirus through the community. The new measures come after weeks of internal planning and preparation.

Idaho Power is following CDC recommendations to reduce the risk of spreading the virus. The company is limiting in-person meetings and implementing social distancing, eliminating non-essential work travel, testing critical IT systems for business continuity purposes, limiting access to critical work areas, enhanced cleaning and increased communication to employees.

In addition, they are also limiting public access to their facilities. If you usually visit Idaho Power offices to pay your bill, they encourage you to pay online or by mail. To learn more about payment options, click here.

The facility closure also includes access to Idaho Power campgrounds. Most of the campgrounds are located near facilities that help provide energy to the community. If you have an existing reservation, you will be contacted by phone or email and will receive a full refund. Idaho Power is currently not accepting future reservations but will provide an update when they are again.

You can find the latest information and updates regarding COVID-19 for Idaho Power here.