Due to Alabama's COVID-19 state of emergency, all Alabama Power lake offices and recreation sites are temporarily closed. Our focus is and will always be safety first and to maintain the well-being and health of our customers, employees and communities. Go here to learn more, including how you can still request permits.
Access to Weiss Lake's Tailrace Fishing Pier will be temporarily closed beginning Sept. 23.
Alabama Power will test warning sirens downstream of Lay and Mitchell dams on Monday, Sept. 30.
Alabama Power’s Renew Our Rivers campaign has earned one of the state’s most prestigious environmental conservation awards.
Two area artists, Kelly Fitzpatrick and Warree Carmichael LeBron, founded the colony, the first of its kind in Alabama and one of the first in the Southeast, in 1933.
Alabama Power strives to protect and enhance the scenic, recreational, environmental and cultural values of the reservoirs it manages for the benefit of all lake users and residents. One of the most important ways to accomplish these goals is through...
In his infrequent role as parking lot shuttle driver, Todd Flowers knows what’s coming. “When we hit the gap in the trees, where they first see the mill, you ought to hear the gasps,” he says, saying it’s one of...