Southeast Colorado Power Association, formed in 1937, is a not-for-profit cooperative electric utility serving all or parts of eleven southeast Colorado counties. Our customers are members of the cooperative and own the cooperative. A board of directors selected by the members, one from seven different geographic districts, governs the business. Additionally, SECOM, a division of SECPA, provides high-speed telecommunication circuit.
SECPA/SECOM is headquartered in the rural community of La Junta, Colorado (www.ci.la-junta.co.us (link is external)), along the Arkansas River with a number of other similar communities within short commuting distances. The region is proud of its contemporary farming/ranching, manufacturing, healthcare, railroad, gas and service economy. The community is close to lakes, rivers, canyons and grassland offering many nearby outdoor recreational opportunities. Pueblo, Colorado, is approximately a 1-hour drive, Colorado Springs 1.5 hours and Denver 3 hours.