Phoenix— On Monday, November 9, 2020, the Arizona Corporation Commission will be taking additional telephonic public comment regarding Southwest Gas Corporation’s rate case.
The public comment session is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m. and to end at 8:30 p.m. or when the last caller is finished speaking, whichever comes first.
Callers may call in up to 30 minutes early to get into the queue to speak.
To provide public comment telephonically, follow the following steps:
- Dial-in Phone Number:1-866-705-2554
- Passcode to Speak:241497
- Passcode to Listen Only:2414978
A Spanish interpreter will be available.
Please note that when providing telephonic public comment, the use of a landline is encouraged, but not required, as mobile phones may not provide sufficient call quality or clarity for transcription of telephonic comments by a court reporter.
Written public comments may be submitted by mailing a letter referencing Docket No. G-01551A-19-0055 to Arizona Corporation Commission, Consumer Services Section, 1200 West Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ 85007, or by submitting comments on the Commission's website (www.azcc.gov) using "Cases and Open Meetings" and "Make a Public Comment in a Docket." If you require assistance, you may contact the Consumer Services Section at 602-542-4251 or 1-800-222-7000.
The Commission does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission to its public meetings. Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation such as a sign language interpreter, as well as request this document in an alternative format, by contacting the ADA Coordinator, Carolyn D. Buck, at CDBuck@azcc.gov, voice phone number 602-542-3931. Requests should be made as early as possible, and no later than 48 hours before the proceeding, to allow time to arrange the accommodation.
All documents related to this item can be found in the Corporation Commission’s online docket at https://edocket.azcc.gov and entering docket number G-01551A-19-0055.
The Arizona Corporation Commission was established by the state’s constitution to regulate public utilities and business incorporation. The Corporation Commission is Arizona’s co-equal, fourth branch of government.The five Commissioners elected to the Corporation Commission oversee executive, legislative, and judicial proceedings on behalf of Arizonans when it comes to their water, electricity, telephone, and natural gas resources as well as the regulation of securities, pipeline, and railroad safety. To learn more about the Arizona Corporation Commission and its Commissioners, visit http://azcc.gov.