Safety is a top priority at Idaho Power, and a recent donation will help keep the rural community of Halfway, Oregon, safer this winter and throughout the year.
Idaho Power donated a retired Chevrolet 2500 pickup truck from its fleet to the City of Halfway, a town of about 400 people in eastern Oregon’s Baker County. The truck becomes the city’s new snowplowing vehicle and will be used for other public service needs throughout the year. Idaho Power Energy Advisors Taylor Campbell and Brian Fletcher delivered the truck to Todd Robinette, Halfway’s Fire Chief and Public Works Operator.
Idaho Power occasionally donates retired equipment to public service agencies. Information about the company’s community giving — including how to apply — is available at idahopower.com/community.