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Public Power Week Resources

Public Power Week Resources

Banner Artwork

Themed banner artwork in various sizes and orientations. Download these files and use a printer of your choice to produce Public Power Week banners for your celebration.

Logo Artwork

Custom 2021 Public Power Week logo artwork in a variety of color and file formats for your use.

Press Release Template

This press release template will help you share the message of Public Power Week across local news channels.

Public Power Week Proclamation Template

Use this template to celebrate Public Power Week in your city or town with an official proclamation.

Social Media Messages

Use this handy collection of social media messages related to Public Power Week on your social channels to promote the value of public power.

Social Media Promotional Graphics

Promote Public Power Week all month long with these social media-sized graphics! Several styles and configurations to choose from, and some with space for your own logo.

'Thank You' Public Power Customer Bill Insert

This bill insert educates customers about the advantages of public power while thanking them for being a customer. Order bill inserts directly from ElectriCities here, or download the artwork to print at your local print vendor below.

Coloring Sheets for Kids

Have fun while learning about public power! These public power coloring sheets are perfect for kids of all ages. New for 2021! Coloring sheet provided by APPA.

APPA Social Media Resources

APPA member utilities can use these sample resources and templates to spread the word and celebrate in your communities.

New APPA Video: People of Public Power

Celebrating utility employees — "the people behind public power” — who work tirelessly to keep communities up and running 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Public Power Week Planning Ideas

Take a look below for some out-of-the-box ideas to help spur your Public Power Week planning this year:

  • Offer Public Power Week swag giveaways on your social media channels.
  • Encourage your local media to feature lineworker spotlights throughout Public Power Week.
  • Stock crew vehicles with extra Public Power Week swag to distribute when out and about in the community.
  • Display Public Power Week signage on drive-thru windows.
  • Hold social media “takeovers” by lineworkers and other faces of public power in your community for a chance for your followers to get to know their utility.
  • Share (socially distanced) photos of your utility’s hardworking team getting the job done – whether that’s crews on the road or customer service reps manning the phones.
  • Host a virtual trivia event for your internal team to celebrate your public power history in a fun way (prizes are a plus!).
  • Share photos and captions of your Public Power Week celebrations with your local media.

Have a good idea that’s not on the list? Send a note to communications@electricities.org and let us know! 

Share your ideas with the Communications team!