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  • Katrina 2005-2015
  • Katrina 2005-2015
  • Trees and Right-Of-Way Management


    In order to provide safe, reliable electrical service, we maintain the rights-of-way under and around our power lines. We do this through right-of-way and vegetation management. This requires pruning or removing trees, cutting brush, and applying herbicides to prevent vegetation from interrupting your electric service.


    Distribution Vegetation Management

    Learn how neighborhood vegetation management prevents outages.

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    Distribution Vegetation Management FAQs

    Frequently Asked Questions about Mississippi Power's vegetal management.

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    Transmission Vegetation Management

    Learn about how Mississippi Power manages vegetation around transmission lines.

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    Transmission Vegetation Management FAQs

    Frequently Asked Questions about vegetation management for transmission rights-of-way.

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    Right-of-Way Use

    Learn about use of easements, prohibited activities at utility corridors, and more.

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    Right-of-Way FAQs

    Frequently Asked Questions about transmission line rights-of-way.

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    Contact Us

    Get in touch about any questions or issues related to trees- and rights-of-way management.

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