JCPB has been serving the energy needs of Johnson City and surrounding areas since 1945. This photograph of a JCPB linecrew was taken at our former Roan Street location in the mid-1950’s.
Built in 1888 by James F. Crumley, the original electric plant was to be succeeded by the Watauga Lighting and Power Company as early as 1891. This would not be the last time the company would change hands. On August 1, 1902, the Johnson City-Jonesborough Electric Light and Power Company purchased the Watauga Lighting & Power Company...
JCPB has one service location at 2600 Boones Creek Road, Johnson City, TN, which is centrally located in regards to our service area.
JCPB provides electricity and related programs, services, and products to the following areas: all of Washington County, as well as parts of Carter, Greene, and Sullivan Counties. As of this date, JCPB provides electric service to approximately 77,000 customer metered locations.
JCPB general business hours are 8 AM - 5 PM, Monday - Friday.
After hours emergency service is available at:
2600 Boones Creek Road, Johnson City, Entrance #1.
You may contact us at 423-952-JCPB(5272) or online.
JCPB services approximately 77,000 metered customers. Needless to say, we receive thousands of calls each day. Our automated phone system, which was added in 2002, has allowed us to respond to a greater call volume; however, we are constantly working to improve this system. Main number: 423-952-JCPB (5272).
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Public power today is an important, contemporary American institution. From small towns to big cities, wherever public power exists, it is an expression of the American ideal of local people working together to meet local needs. It is an expression of the local control that is at the heart of our federalism system.