Electric Department
Old Generator Plant
The electric system serves customers within and, to a limited extent outside the corporate boundaries of the City. The electric system obtains its power
supply from the City's ownership interests in generating facilities and from purchases of power from Mississippi County Electric Coop.
Power is distributed to customers through a City owned distribution system.

Transmission Voltage: 161,000 (KV Rating)
Distribution Voltage: 13,800 (KV Rating)

A recent survey indicated that commercial electrical rates in Osceola were comparative in a five-state region. Additionally, infrastructure needs and
phased-in discounts for new industries are provided based on prospects' level of new job creation in the community.
Philip Adcock
Electrical Manager
Osceola Municipal Light & Power
303 West Hale
Osceola, AR 72370
870-563-5245 Ext.22
Fax: 870-563-5195
James E. Baker
Electrical Superintendent
Osceola Municipal Light & Power
101 East Semmes Ave.
Osceola, AR 72370
Fax: 870-563-8183


Osceola Municipal Light & Power
101 East Semmes Ave.
Osceola, AR 72370
Fax: 870-563-8183
The Osceola Electric Line Crew consists of 8 men.
Steve Stallings - Lineman
Eugene Chew - Lineman
Justin Mitchell - Lineman
Karis Littleton - Lineman
Michael Webb - Lineman
Mathew Brown - Apprentice Lineman
Charles Moore - Groundsman
Parker Stallings - Groundsman
Their job is to install and maintain the electrical system.  There are always two men on
call year round.

The maintenance and generation crew consists of 2 men.
Dennis Slaughter
Their job is to maintain all department vehicles and equipment. They also run and
maintain the electrical generator for emergencies.

The Meter readers are
Chance Webb
Luther Collins
Each meter readers job is to read three different cycles at three different times of the
month. All cycles equal about 5,500 meters. They read both water and electric meters.

There is only one serviceman.
Terry Watkins
His job is to connect, disconnect, and transfer meter service.