Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association, Inc. is founded by 600 members on November 2, 1939. An office is established in Severance, CO.
PVREA's office is moved to 220 East Olive Street in Fort Collins, CO. It's rumored that there was such debate over the move, some of the employees and board members moved the office in the middle of the night.
PVREA builds a 69-kV transmission line to serve its mountain areas, such as Red Feather Lakes and Poudre Canyon. A huge feat for the co-op at this time.
PVREA retires the yellow logo with Willie Wiredhand and adopts a new logo with patriotic red, white and blue colors.
PVREA hits 10,000 meters.
PVREA moves its office to 4809 S. College Avenue in Fort Collins, CO.
PVREA celebrates 50 years!
PVREA hits 20,000 meters.
On September 11, 1995 PVREA breaks ground for a new office building, which is still the co-op headquarters today.
PVREA hits 30,000 meters
PVREA's Board of Directors retires the largest capital credit amount in history - $6 million.
PVREA hits 40,000 meters.
80 by 30 announced - Board Directors set a long-term goal for the environmentally sustainable delivery of our power supply to members.
We hit 50,000 members!