Do you have a tree that is interfering with power lines?
If you notice a tree that is interfering with the lines, please call us at and speak to one of our Customer Service Representatives.
Contact us if the tree poses a potential threat to human safety or meets any of these hazardous conditions:
- The tree or branches are smoking, sparking or burning on an electricity line
- The tree is an immediate hazard to the line (split, leaning, hanging over, uprooted)
- The tree is leaning on an electricity pole.
Do not attempt to prune or chop down a tree near lines yourself; a tree falling onto a power line could cause serious injury or death.
Privately Owned Lines
Bluewater Power is not responsible for the maintenance of trees or vegetation on privately owned lines; that is the responsibility of the owner. We recommend that you hire a qualified contractor to do the work and contact us to temporarily disconnect your electrical service during maintenance.