Swimming Pool Safety Tips

Posted August 31, 2018 at by & filed under Blog.

With a long weekend ahead, most of us plan to enjoy the warm weather by swimming in our backyard pools. Before diving into the weekend, review these tips to keep your family safe:   Secure your pool with appropriate barriers. Consider fencing your pool to avoid accidental falls and slips. You may also want to… Read more »

Kissimmee Utility Authority Recognizes August 26 as Florida Lineworker Appreciation Day

Posted August 24, 2018 at by & filed under Blog.

Kissimmee Utility Authority will join the state to celebrate Florida Lineworker Appreciation Day on Sunday, August 26 in honor of the men and women who risk their lives daily to ensure reliable delivery of electricity throughout Florida. Florida Lineworker Appreciation Day was designated by the Florida House of Representatives in 2012 in memory of Marc… Read more »

Back-to-School Dorm Safety

Posted August 17, 2018 at by & filed under Blog.

Back-to-school season is here and if you have kids going off to college there are several preparations to consider for the start of the school year. Before decorating the dorm or apartment, it’s important to practice electrical safety to make sure your kids have a safe semester. Follow these five electrical safety tips to ensure… Read more »

Five Steps to Follow Before You Dig

Posted August 10, 2018 at by & filed under Blog.

When doing yard work around the house, you may not realize it but there could be underground utility lines on or near your property. When these lines are damaged, it can affect vital services from being connected. It’s important to be aware of the location of these lines to avoid harming yourself or your neighbors…. Read more »

Stay Safe from Scammers

Posted August 3, 2018 at by & filed under Blog.

KUA Scam graphic

Every day, thousands of customers and small businesses are targeted by impostors claiming to represent a utility, demanding immediate payment for allegedly past-due electricity. Don’t fall into the trap. Read our warning signs so you can help us #StopScams. If contacted by a suspicious individual representing KUA, hang up or close the door – These… Read more »