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.
Heavy rains forecast this week could cause Alabama Power lake levels to rise in the coming days.
In February, Renew Our Rivers will kick off its 20th year of lake and river cleanups. More than 30 cleanups are planned in 2019 across Alabama. Renew Our Rivers began in the spring of 2000 with Gene Phifer’s vision to...
Carrie Machen and Kate Wilson call their indoor rock climbing and fitness center in Gadsden a “microgym.” If you’re not familiar with the term, that’s probably because the two friends-turned-business-partners made it up. “Microgym” pays homage to the time the...
Two Alabama students were each awarded a $5,000 scholarship from B.A.S.S. and Alabama Power, the companies announced this week.
Heavy rains forecast into the weekend and early next week could cause Alabama Power lake levels to rise in the coming days.
Alabama Power is currently conducting the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) process to update its Shoreline Management Plan for the Warrior River Project-Smith Development.