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Mission Valley Power

Mission Valley Power is a federally owned electrical utility, operated and maintained by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Indian Reservation. Operation and management of Mission Valley Power is granted under the authority of public law 93-638, the Indian self determination and education act of 1975. The tribes, as the contracting party, are committed to exercising responsible control of the utility for the benefit of all power customers on the Reservation. The federal regulations governing the operation of the utility are contained within Title 25, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 175.

Mission Statement

Mission Valley Power is organized and exists to provide the best possible and most cost effective electric power service to its customers consistent with sound business principles.


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Mission Valley Power’s bi-monthly newsletter, “Power Notes,” has useful information on energy, safety tips, and features on how to save money with your utilities.

physical address:

36079 Pablo West Road
Pablo, MT 59855

mailing address:

PO 97
Pablo, MT 59855

phone contact:

p. 406.883.7900

office hours:

Monday - Thursday:
7:00 am-5:30 pm