Floresville Electric Light & Power System


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Electric Distribution Utility

A municipally owned electric distribution utility, located at 1400 4th street in Floresville, is a cornerstone of the community. FELPS, established in May 1942, is one of the nearly 2,000 public power utilities throughout the country that provide an important function: supplying the energy that allows us to carry on our daily lives.


The area served by the System is comprised mostly of Wilson County, Texas, and extends into Bexar and Karnes Counties, including the cities of Floresville, Stockdale, Poth , Falls City, and La Vernia , as well as the unincorporated communities of Saspamco , Sutherland Springs, Pandora, Denhawken , Koscuisko , Cestohowa , Pawelekville , and Hobson. The total area serviced is estimated by the management of the System to include approximately 600 square miles.


The availability of safe, reliable and low-cost electricity has become a mainstay of community prosperity. The services provided by FELPS are important to this area's ability to attract businesses and, with them, the jobs that bring greater prosperity.

Did you know FELPS offers many convenient forms of payment.

Automatic Bank Draft; Automatic charge to Credit or Debit card; Online Portal; Phone either automated or by customer service rep.; In Office; Drive Through; Mail; HEB and WalMart


Effective November 1, 2015, FELPS will no longer acquire easements for customers requesting an extension of service. A Customer requesting a power line extension must provide an easement to FELPS.

New Payment Option!

The Floresville Electric Light and Power System (FELPS) is now a member of CheckFreePay; the largest processor of walk-in bill payments in the United States. FELPS bills may be paid at any HEB or Wal-Mart store. Customers must provide their FELPS bill stub (8 digit account number required) to the retail agent location along with the payment. You may pay your bill and any associated convenience fees, with cash, personal check, credit card, or other method accepted at the store location. Payment delivery, posting times and speed-of-payment options vary, so ask the store clerk for details. Customers should always receive a receipt as proof of payment.