Dominion's Roanoke Valley Rock Fish committee members were: Michael K. Shearin, Distribution Construction Lineman; Johnathan P. Smith, Substation electrician; Sandy Craft, Coordinator Customer Relations and Audrey I. Hurst, Distribution Right of Way Agent III. Johnathan Smith spent many hours bringing the committee’s ideas to life on the fish. Dominion's construction group prepared and installed a “cross arm” mount to add “Sparky” to the “Roanoke Valley Rocks” initiative. Dominion was proud to join the other Rock Fish supporters in the Roanoke Valley Rocks initiative. Be sure to stop by and check out Sparky located at the entrance of the district office. Sparky displays the many hours we spend here at Dominion keeping the lights on. One side of Sparky shows our daylight hours and the other represents night time, as we work 24/7 to keep the lights on for our customers.
Dominion VA/NC Power maintains approximately 63,200 miles of transmission and distribution lines in Virginia and North Carolina and serves approximately 2,490,000 customers. Dominion has 5 districts that serve 121,500 NC customers: Ahoskie, Williamston, Elizabeth City, Kitty Hawk and Roanoke Rapids. The Roanoke Rapids district serves approximately 25,250 residential, commercial and industrial customers. Dominion also has the Roanoke Rapids Hydro Generating Station to include Lake Gaston Dam. Dominion promotes Safety first and foremost when installing and maintaining our assets. Dominion is involved in many volunteer projects in the Roanoke Valley to include Habitat for Humanity, United Way, and many employee individual charities. Dominion NC Power, 200 W. Vepco Street, Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870