Outage Center

Outage Center

Linemen out on an outage



  1. Check the fuses or breakers in your home or at the meter pole if you are able to.
    • Any issues from the meter pole to your house/building are your responsibility. Please contact an electrician. We can only fix issues from the meter pole to our service lines and beyond.
  2. Check with your neighbors to see if their power is also off.
  3. Report your outage using the options below.
  4. Like or visit our Facebook page to see updates and information on major outage situations.



Use the SmartHub app on your mobile device to report an outage.

SmartHub App

Report Online - App

 Download the SmartHub App, login and select "Report/View Outage Status" and then select "Report Outage." 

SmartHub - Desktop 

Report Online - Web

Login to your SmartHub account. Click on "Report An Outage" under the Quick Links section. 
*New users will need to register first.* 

Call Us - If you don't want to use SmartHub or don't have a SmartHub account to report your outage, call us 24/7 at (515) 386-4111 to report  your outage. Our phones are answered 24/7.

Be prepared to give one or more of the following when calling:
- Name
- Service Address
- Account Number
- Map Location Number (on your bill) 


Midland Power Live Outage Map

View this map for information on the number of members without power by zip code, county, or township.

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Causes of Outages

The most common causes of outages are:


  • High winds
  • Lightning
  • Ice or snow


  • Farm equipment or vehicle contact with poles or wires
  • Animals (squirrels, raccoons, birds, etc.)
  • Trees and branches in contact with lines
  • High power demand that causes overload


Statewide REC Outages - Midland Power Territory


Statewide REC Outages

Check out the outages for Rural Electric Cooperatives across the state of Iowa.





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National Electric Outages Map

Check out electric outages that are currently affecting the U.S.





Local Weather 

See what's occurring for weather in your area that may be causing outages. Download the Storm Hunter Wx App.


Stay Away from Downed Power Lines

Downed Power Lines

  • Call Midland Power at (800) 833-8876 to report a downed line.
  • ​​​​​​Never touch or go near a downed power line.
  • Don’t touch anything that may be touching a downed wire, such as a car.
    • If a power line falls on your vehicle: stay inside the vehicle (unless there is a fire) and call the co-op and emergency services.
    • If you have to exit a vehicle with a downed wire on it because of a fire:
      • Open the door, but do not step out of the car because you may receive a shock.
      •  Keeping both feet together, jump free of the car so that your body clears the vehicle before touching the ground.
      • Once you clear the car, shuffle at least 50 feet away, with both feet on the ground.