pardon our dust
Improvements to our main office building at 200 Canal St. are underway. We are open but parking spaces may be limited. Call 386-427-1361 for Customer Service.
call before you dig
It's planting season in Florida. Call 811 BEFORE you dig! The law requires it. There are many underground utility services and it may be costly and dangerous if you damage them while digging.
free trees 2017
UCNSB, in conjunction with the Arbor Day Foundation and the Florida Forest Service, is offering free native trees to our customers beginning in April. Sign up to have a tree mailed to your home at our water conservation booth at the Canal Street SpringFest event on April 1.

Utilities Commission Receives Florida Municipal Electric Association's “Restoring Communities Award”.
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We are proud to announce the Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) recently recognized UCNSB with a “Restoring Communities Award” for its efforts to quickly and safely restore power to our community in the aftermaths of Hurricane Matthew. UCNSB was among 20 Florida municipal electric utilities honored for their work to restore power within their communities and for sending aid to their fellow municipal electric utilities. Utilities were awarded based on restoration times, customer communications efforts and the levels of mutual aid provided. UCNSB will receive its award at the 17th Annual Florida Lineman Competition on April 22 in Lakeland.

“Our members have been standing side-by-side for 75 years and that history of service to one another really shone through when we were facing the tough challenges of two back-to-back hurricanes and widespread power outages,” said Amy Zubaly, FMEA Interim Executive Director. “It’s that spirit of collaboration, cooperation and community that we are honoring today with these awards.”

Don't wait for the heat of summer to start before you learn how to lower your utility bills. Get an energy audit now so you can be cooler faster and for less money! Energy Auditor Stan DiBello will visit your home or small business to analyse what changes may need to be made. The audit takes about an hour and a half, and some improvements may be eligible for an energy conservation rebate. Click here to learn more.