We ask that you stay away from any downed power lines.

My Community. You will receive more prompt service by telephone. Instructions to add outage viewer to your Android or iOS device: Android – Open the web browser and navigate to www.amicalolaemc.com, and click on outage viewer. Outages are being reported in all ten counties served by us, with Gilmer showing approx. We experienced high winds across our service area last night, Tuesday, Feb 19. Please remember to always stay away from downed power lines. Update your browser to view this website correctly.

Calls to Amicalola EMC’s outage reporting numbers will be directly connected into the outage reporting system. In order to efficiently identify your location, please take a few moments to review your billing statement to verify the service address (911 address) and telephone number are correct. 11,700, Pickens 8400, Cherokee 7200, Lumpkin 6600 and the remaining outages widely scattered across our entire service area. Update my browser now × Thank you for your patience as we work to restore all power as soon as is safely possible. View this illustration to understand the steps taken to restore power from an outage. Update my browser now, High winds bring widespread power outages. If any changes are needed, please either contact our office at 706-253-5200 or e-mail us this information along with your account number and the name the account is under. Please keep our members who are without power and our crews who are out working in your thoughts and prayers. We remind you that the current outage map may be viewed from our website, www.amicalolaemc.com and from our mobile app. We’ve requested more crews and are awaiting their arrival.

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Please do not e-mail regarding an outage. Details for all outages; View historical outages Currently 756 members are out of power scattered across Dawson and Gilmer counties with one large outage affecting 655 members in Pickens County near Cove Road and Grandview. We’ve requested more crews and are awaiting their arrival.

In addition, you may report an outage from your mobile device. Once it redirects you to the Outage Map, click on the share icon (Box with an arrow pointing up) and click the Add to home screen button. Update my browser now, Operation RoundUp awards $20,000 to local charities – RoundUp celebrates 20 years. Your browser is out of date! Four additional contractor line crews have arrived to assist in power restoration. We remind you that the current outage map may be viewed from our website, www.amicalolaemc.com and from our mobile app. A Better Community. A tree has torn the line down and crews are working to restore power now. We’ve requested more crews and are awaiting their arrival. Update your browser to view this website correctly. To report an outage, please call 706-253-0359, 706-276-0359 or 706-864-0359. This is in addition to all Amicalola EMC line and right of way crews. Want easy access to outage information on your smart phone? With the ground already saturated, the high winds have brought down many trees.

Amicalola EMC supports a number of programs to enrich our community. Update your browser to view this website correctly. You may report outages to the following numbers: 706-253-0359, 706-276-0359 or 706-864-0359. Every storm is unique with its own characteristics, sometimes making storm restoration efforts more difficult than other times.

Currently, crews are reporting many broken poles as well. Report an Outage. The rain continues and as the ground gets more saturated, the likelihood of trees falling increases. This is in addition to all Amicalola EMC line and right of way crews.

We ask that you stay away from any downed power lines.

Please make sure that the telephone number listed is the primary phone number for the service location. Outage Information View Outages. Four additional contractor line crews have arrived to assist in power restoration.

To efficiently and correctly report power outages, downed lines, downed trees, etc., you must call one of the outage numbers and provide your information, which allows the outage to be entered into our outage management system. We also remind you that while we post information from time to time on our social media sites, they are not manned 24 hours a day and the effective way to get an outage reported is by using the numbers above to call our automated outage system.

A substantial number of trees are down in every county, with a high number falling across our power lines, bringing the lines and power poles down with them. Please use caution when traveling along road ways and power line routes and remember to stay away from all downed power lines. This is in addition to all Amicalola EMC line and right of way crews. To report an outage, please call 706-253-0359, 706-276-0359 or 706-864-0359. Please do not report outages by e-mail. Update your browser to view this website correctly. To report an outage, call: Jasper 706-253-0359 Ellijay 706-276-0359 Dahlonega 706-864-0359 Check the outage map Reporting an outage is fast, easy, and convenient. Currently, crews are reporting many broken poles as well. Our outage reporting system makes it easy to report a power outage so we can get your service restored fast.

We remind you that the current outage map may be viewed from our website, www.amicalolaemc.com and from our mobile app. In the meantime, it is extremely important to stay safe.

We experienced high winds across our service area last night, Tuesday, Feb 19. Extremely high winds and heavy rain crashed through our service area during the early morning hours today and have left over 38,000 Amicalola EMC members without power. Extremely high winds and heavy rains leave 38,000 without power. During extended power outages, members calling in to report outages may be directed to our Automated Outage System.

Customers Tracked: 32,864 Utility Outages: 0 Last Updated: 10/17/2020, 12:55:09 PM To report an outage, please call 706-253-0359, 706-276-0359 or 706-864-0359.

With the ground already saturated, the high winds have brought down many trees. We ask for your patience as we move forward to get power restored to all areas. In addition, many trees have snapped, bringing down power lines with them.

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At the present time, we have 141 separate outages, for a total of 2981 members out, primarily in Gilmer and Pickens counties. Log In Report Outage Your Affected Locations Logout. We remind you that the current outage map may be viewed from our website, www.amicalolaemc.com and from our mobile app. Calls to Amicalola EMC’s outage reporting numbers will be directly connected into the outage reporting system.

At the present time, we have 141 separate outages, for a total of 2981 members out, primarily in Gilmer and Pickens counties. We also remind you that while we post information from time to time on our social media sites, they are not manned 24 hours a day and the effective way to get an outage reported is by using the numbers above to call our automated outage system.

Our crews must first gain access to the damaged area, survey the damage, then begin a plan of action. Write these numbers down and keep them somewhere that you’ll have easy access to during an outage. IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER: Our social media sites are not monitored for power outage information. We know there will most likely be numerous poles to replace, and we will give updates as the information becomes available. We ask for your patience as we work to restore power to our service area. This is in addition to all Amicalola EMC line and right of way crews.

Currently 756 members are out of power scattered across Dawson and Gilmer counties with one large outage affecting 655 members in Pickens County near Cove Road and Grandview. Reporting an outage is fast, easy, and convenient. The rain continues and as the ground gets more saturated, the likelihood of trees falling increases. To report an outage, please call 706-253-0359, 706-276-0359 or 706-864-0359. We’ve requested more crews and are awaiting their arrival. We also ask for your prayers for the safety of our employees, those who have arrived to assist us and for our members who are affected by this outage. Click OK. iOS – Open the web browser, and navigate to www.amicalolaemc.com, and click on outage viewer. 99 Courthouse Hill Dahlonega, GA 30533 Phone: 706-864-3742 Fax: 706-482-2697 E-Verify Number: 126741 Authorization Date: 06/12/2008 Human Trafficking Notice Human Trafficking Information - GBI Write these numbers down and keep them somewhere that you’ll have easy access to during an […] We also ask for your prayers for the safety of our employees, those who have arrived to assist us and for our members who are affected by this outage. Please call 911 first to report downed power lines, then call one of our outage lines at 706-253-0359 OR 706-276-0359 OR 706-864-0359. In an effort to reduce expenses and to alleviate safety concerns, effective April 1, 2005, Amicalola Electric Membership Corporation will implement a new policy regarding the reconnection of electric service to members who have been disconnected due to non payment. Please be assured that our crews are out working and will restore power to every member just as soon as is safely possible. In addition, many trees have snapped, bringing down power lines with them.

Click Add. We ask for your patience as we work to restore power to our service area.

A tree has torn the line down and crews are working […] Stay clear to stay safe! Stay clear to stay safe! Once it redirects you to the Outage Map, click on the menu button(three dots) at the top right hand side of the screen, and click save to book marks. Real time outage information may be seen by visiting www.amicalolaemc.com and viewing the outage maps.