During severe weather please know that our crews are working as quickly and safely as possible to restore any power outages that may occur. If you experience an outage please refer to the information below. 

Hurricane Preparedness Guide




The most effective way to report your outage is through our SmartHub app. If you need to speak to a representative about an emergency outage our call center is available. However, please understand that during times of major outages there may be an extended wait time. You can also report your outage by logging into your SmartHub account on our website. 

Thank you and stay safe.


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If you are without power please be sure to report the outage through SmartHub or by contacting your local Cooperative office. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Please avoid all flooded areas and keep away at least 50 feet from downed power lines. 

General Office – (352) 567-5133

One Pasco Center – (352) 588-5115

Bayonet Point – (727) 868-9465

West Hernando – (352) 596-4000

Crystal River – (352) 796-4382


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Emergency Management Contact

Citrus County : 352-249-2703
Hernando County : 352-754-4083
Pasco County : 727-847-8137
Polk County : 863-298-7000
Sumter County : 352-689-4400

WREC – P.O. Box 278 – Dade City, Florida 33526-0278 – Phone 352-567-5133 – Fax 352-521-5971


To register with the Florida Special Needs Registry which is a voluntary program that provides transportation, evacuation assistance, and sheltering to residents who do not have the means to evacuate on their own or for those requiring health or medical considerations to the Special Needs Shelter please click here.

Be sure in case of a storm you keep a plan in place, prepare your emergency kit and prepare your home. You can access these websites to complete your preparations for storms.

The Florida Division of Emergency Management

The National Hurricane Center

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)