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   City of Pratt Electric Utility

Director of Electric Utilities
Jamie Huber

Power Plant Superintendent
Bryan Evans

Electric Distribution Superintendent
Jamie Huber


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The City of Pratt has operated a municipal electric utility since 1910. The ability to generate electricity through 2 power plants helps to provide power to citizens in and around Pratt covering a 36 mile radius.

In order to provide electricity at the lowest possible cost, the City of Pratt has entered into agreements to purchase power at reduced costs while maintaining the ability to generate in times of need. The City of Pratt is currently working with 9 other cities on an Energy Management Project for combined benefits of purchasing and producing electricity.

The electrical system consists of six circuits which are maintained by the city Electrical distribution department.

The system bills customers monthly on an individual basis. Monthly payment is expected of all customers by the due date on the statement. Delinquent customers will be sent a notice of termination. It payment is not received, termination will follow.

A fuel cost adjustment is made to all customer billings to the extent that the cost of purchased energy or the average fuel cost of energy exceeds $.03 per kilowatt hour sold.

A deposit to the city clerk to guarantee the prompt payment of all electric accounts accumulated in connection with electric service is required for all new accounts. The amount of the deposit shall be a minimum of two hundred dollars ($200.00). The City clerk will return the deposit to the customer at such time service is discontinued, except the city clerk may first deposit the payment of any accrued bills or bills due on discontinuance of service. The city clerk shall pay to the customer making the deposit interest as provided by KSA 12-822.

There is an additional charge of fifty dollars ($50.00) per connection made after normal working hours. Any customer moving within the city service area will be charged a move connection fee of ten dollars ($10.00) for each move.

Rates for 2017 - ELECTRIC - City of Pratt, Kansas

Residential Rate:
Minimum charge:   5.64    
First 100 kw @ .1284 cents per kw
Next 75 kw @ .1400 cents per kw
All kw over 175 kw @ .0955 cents per kw
Residential All-Electric Rate:
Minimum charge:   24.85    
First 250 kw @ .1093 cents per kw
Next 750 ks @ .0891 cents per kw
All kw over 1000 kw @ .0796 cents per kw
Commercial Service Rate:
Minimum charge:   14.03    
First 100 kw @ .1687 cents per kw
Next 400 kw @ .1400 cents per kw
Next 2000 kw @ .1104 cents per kw
All kw over 2500 kw @ .0934 cents per kw
Commercial Heating and Cooling Rate:
Minimum charge for all electric:   80.80    
Minimum charge for non-all electric:   11.27    
First 100 kw @.1687 cents per kw
Next 400 kw @ .1400 cents per kw
Next 1000 kw @ .1029 cents per kw
All kw over 1500 kw @ .0796 cents per kw
Small Power Rate:
Minimum charge:   41.00    
First 200 kw @ .1454 cents per kw
Next 300 kw @ .1284 cents per kw
Next 4500 kw @ .0934 cents per kw
All kw over 5000 kw @ .0849 cents per kw
Large Industrial Rate:
Minimum charge:   141.73    
All kw per month @ .0722 cents per kw
**Plus fuel adjustment and $5.00 administration charge on residential--$10.00 on Commercial
RATE INCREASE 1/2017 (ORD. 1415)
KCC El. Large Ind.:        
    KIL   PER KW
Minimum charge:   144.73   **.0722 cents per kw
KCC El. Comm. Svc.:        
    KCS   PER KW
Minimum charge:   14.03   .1612 cents per kw
(Equal to City's rate 01/2016)
KCC E. Residential:        
    KRS   PER KW
Minimum charge:   5.64   First 100 kw @ .1284 cents per kw
        Next 75 kw @ .1400 cents per kw
        All kw over 175 kw @ .0955 cents per kw
** Rates are equal to City rate 01/2016


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The Main Street bricks that have been stockpiled north of the College in the Business Park are now available to the General Public. The bricks are for use by the citizens of Pratt County only. Bricks shall be loaded by hand, not by loaders or large equipment, to ensure that everyone has a fair opportunity to acquire their share of the bricks for their own use. Contractors and other Cities are not permitted access to the bricks for any reason.


The City of Pratt would like anyone who has sewer drain problems on the lowest floor of your home to call the City crews first before calling a plumber. City crews will check the sewer mains to determine if the problem is in the main or in your private line at no charge. This may help avoid an unnecessary plumbing bill and prevent damage to your home. Please call 672-3191, 672-3866 or 672-3831 after hours.

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