Fiscal Year 2019-2020

Community Report

Powering a bright future for Kerrville
area businesses & citizens since 1987

Our public power story

Power Story

Low, Responsible Rates

Our customers help determine our responsibly priced, not-for-profit rates through local control & local decision-making. Residential customers of public power utilities pay 11% less than customers of investor-owned utilities—for the average U.S. household, that’s $176.79 saved each year or about $15 per month (source, APPA website,

2021 KPUB Residential BIll Comparison Graph

Reliability & Sytem Investments

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The power went out at our home about 30 minutes ago. Thank you to the crew from KPUB who showed up within about 10 minutes to repair the transformer & get our lights back on. We appreciate y’all so much!
—Sharon Black Weaver, Kerrville (August 2020)

To keep our system as reliable as possible, we invested in new technology & upgraded our systems with the following major improvements:

  • Completed 106 utility pole replacements for reliability & outage prevention in our service area
  • Replaced the Hunt substation transformer that will power West Kerr County residents for the next 30 years
  • Installed 2400 feet of new underground conductor/switchgear to connect the Center Point substation & improve service reliability in East Kerrville & Center Point
Where your money goes for every dollar sent to KPUB


Our Service Offerings

Service Offerings
State of Texas

Local Control

As a community-owned, not-for-profit electric utility company, KPUB is operated with local control. KPUB is overseen by a five-member board of trustees who are appointed by the Kerrville City Council & serve without compensation.


KPUB Board of Trustees

2021 KPUB Board of Trustees

Helping customers

Save Money & Energy

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Granted 285 customer rebates totalling $81,937.88 for energy-efficient home improvements.
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Partnered with Alamo Area Council of Government (AACOG) for community weatherization.


The American Public Power Association (APPA) is the voice of not-for-profit, community-owned utilities that power 2,000 towns & cities nationwide

  • 2019 APPA award for Achieving Exceptional Electric Reliability
  • 2020 APPA award of Excellence in Public Power Communications
  • 2020 APPA National Commendation for Mutual Aid electric restoration efforts in Kirbyville, Texas, after Hurricane Laura
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Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for KPUB’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA)
  • 2020 Kerrville Kindness award from the City of Kerrville
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Helping our Neighbors

  • Launched a new Change for Charity Program in response to COVID-19, granting
    more than $70,000+ to-date in bill payment assistance for our neighbors in need
  • KPUB employees donated $10,000+ to-date in support of Kerrville Food Relief through our employee charity fund
  • Hosted 4 community blood drives, collecting 130+ units of blood—saving up to 390 lives!
Kerrville Public Utility Board
2250 Memorial Blvd
Kerrville, Texas 78028
830.257.3050 | KPUB.COM
Safe. Reliable. Yours.