Road Closures and Infrastructure Projects


Upcoming Road Closures

To maintain the overall health of our infrastructure and utility system, we have to occasionally close roads to perform upgrades, maintenance and replacements.   The road closures below are scheduled but on occasion, we are forced to close roads to make unscheduled repairs to our equipment.

The below schedule and timeline are subject to change.  Thank you for your patience as we work to provide you with safe and reliable electric and gas service.


NEW LAW:  CPS Energy reminds you as of September 1, the Move Over Slow Down law now includes the requirement to move over or slow down for utility vehicles with flashing lights.  Help keep our crews safe. 


Thursday, October 24, 2019

Time Frame:   8 a.m. – noon
Location:  South of Loop 410 near 9608 S. Presa St. MAP IT
Scope of Work:  CPS Energy contractors plan to remove overhead electric lines spanning across S. Presa St.

  • This work will require temporary lane closures affecting drivers traveling in both directions of S. Presa St. near the job site. The lane closures are coordinated with TxDOT and are needed to ensure driver and crew safety.
  • A rolling roadblock, also known as a temporary road closure, rolling block, pacing operation, or traffic pacing, is a common highway traffic control technique used to temporarily slow or stop traffic upstream of construction, maintenance, and utility work activities requiring a short-term full closure of the roadway and or lanes.
  • Street closures are expected to last no more than15 minutes each.
  • No residential or commercial power interruptions are expected in the area because of this work.
  • As required by TxDOT, off-duty law enforcement officers will provide traffic control to help drivers safely reach their destination.

Planned Outages

Our community continues to grow. As it does, we're enhancing and adding new infrastructure as well as updating and improving current infrastructures. This helps ensure safe, reliable gas and electric service for existing and future customers.  

If there will be a planned power outage in your area, we will work to provide sufficient notice via mail 30 days prior to the planned outage and a phone call the day before.  To help us contact you promptly, please take a moment to confirm or update your contact information in Manage My Account.

Planned outages are scheduled for the following zip codes through December 2019:

78240  78216 78232  78250  78251  78245  78257 78230 78239  78254  78222  78228  78249  78228 

78229 78219  78231  78234  78213  78218 78244 78247