Nebraska Public Service Commission

Today the Commission regulates telecommunications carriers, natural gas jurisdictional utilities, major oil pipelines, railroad safety, household goods movers and passenger carriers, grain warehouses and dealers, construction of manufactured and modular homes and recreational vehicles, high voltage electric transmission lines, and private water company rates. The Commission also oversees and administers several statutorily created funds with specific legislative purposes and goals including the Nebraska Universal Service Fund, the Enhanced Wireless 911 Fund, and the Nebraska Telecommunications Relay System Fund.

- Nebraska Public Service Commission

State Commissioners

Frank E. Landis, Jr.

Crystal Rhoades

Tim Schram

Mary Ridder

Rod Johnson

Nebraska Public Service Commission News

The Wireless 911 Advisory Board is meeting this morning (2/20). Join us at10:00 in the @NEB_PSC hearing room.

Just a reminder, due to the Monday holiday our weekly meeting will be held on Wednesday (2/21) this week. Preview the agenda @

On Friday, 911 will celebrate its 50th anniversary. Public safety and emergency communications have come a long way since that first call was placed, but there is still work to be done to continue to evolve 911. Learn more:

Thanks for the coffee and conversation! @NEB_PSC Transportation Director Jamie Reyes speaks to Gateway Sertoma Club members @TabithaHealth in Lincoln

Everything PSC- @NEB_PSC Transportation Director Jamie Reyes speaks to members of the Gateway Sertoma Club. Great group, great questions.

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Nebraska PSC
1200 N Street
Suite 300
Lincoln, NE 68508


Phone: 402-471-3101
NE Toll Free: 1-800-526-0017
Fax: 402-471-0254


Updated on 2018-01-30T14:30:23+00:00, by Bailee Warsing.