Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, and to ensure the health and safety of our members, employees, and the communities we serve, HILCO Electric Cooperative made the difficult decision to forgo the gathering of our members before the Annual Meeting for a meal. Please note, there will not be a MEAL OR PRIZES provided at the annual meeting on September 24th. Click here for more info

—Your HILCO Team

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HILCO Electric Cooperative

HILCO Electric is a member owned, not for profit, electric cooperative that provides its members with low-cost, dependable power. Combined with efficient management , we offer electric service with promptness and professionalism. Originating in 1936 with a handful of members in the area, HILCO serves Hill, Johnson, McLennan, Ellis, and Dallas Counties with over 2,800+ miles of overhead and underground distribution lines.


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Next Board Meeting is July 30, 2020.

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And...she’s out- Another great one has been promoted to retirement! Thank you, Debbie Cole, for 35 years of dedication to the members, employees, and communities of HILCO Electric Cooperative. If you put in as much effort enjoying your retirement as you have working with HILCO, it is sure to be a success! We wish you the best of luck and endless days with your friends and family. God Bless!

REMINDER! To: HILCO Electric Members Re: PLANNED OUTAGE on June 17th from approximately 08:00 am to 11:00am Dear Members, Weather permitting, HILCO Electric will be conducting a voltage conversion on a portion of our lines Wednesday, June 17th from approximately 08:00 am to 11:00am. You may have noticed HILCO contractors in the area over the last 6 months, changing out transformers and poles. This has been in preparation for the conversion that is now planned for this date. ON JUNE 17th , there will be several HILCO trucks and HILCO Contractors in the area. Power will be turned off in sections and restored within 3 hours. Please make sure dogs are secured and gates are unlocked, so that our crews can access transformer and meter locations. The Members affected with this conversion are in the West area and include roads and developments in the following locations: HCR 2342, County Line Road East and West, Czech Hall Road and I-35S service road between Grady Calvery Dr and HCR 3102. The voltage conversion will improve the capacity of our lines to help better serve you- our members. Thank you and we apologize for an inconvenience. Sincerely, Your HILCO Team