Dover Light & Power

Dover has been in the business of providing dependable, reliable electricity for its residents for over a century!  February 15, 2024 will mark 114 years of public power in the City of Dover.  Service began by providing street lighting during limited hours. Now, Dover Light & Power provides reliable and affordable energy to nearly 14,000 residents and almost 1,000 businesses.

Throughout the history of Dover Light & Power, crews have continued to reach to the future, adapting quickly to the energy needs of the city.


Questions about bills and service, including new service contracts:

If you have questions about your bill, services or want to submit your new service contract please contact Utilities Office Manager Tiffany Ring by calling (330) 343-6269 or emailing

Report an outage:
Light Plant (24 hours): (330) 343-3442
Electric Field Office (7:30 AM - 4:00 PM): (330) 343-6542
Police Department (24 hours): (330) 364-5533
Utility Office (8:00 AM - 4:00 PM): (330) 343-7725

Questions about service:
If you have a question about your electric service, call Superintendent of Electric Distribution Charlie Stull at (330) 343-6487 or send an email to

You may also contact Assistant Superintendent of Electrical Distribution Bill Abel at (330) 343-6541 or send an email to

Questions about Dover Light & Power:
If you have questions about Dover Light & Power, call Superintendent Jason Hall at (330) 343-3442 or email at

You may also contact Assistant Superintendent Shawn Berlyak at (330) 343-3442 or by sending an email to