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Perspectives
Community
April 13, 2020

Senior Construction Operators Jacob Dyer and Kolby Carter and Crew Foreman Marcus Charles had just finished lunch at the Subway on March 11 and were pulling out of the parking lot. Suddenly, a woman in a Chevrolet Tahoe screeched to a halt in front of the restaurant, jumped out and yanked open the back door, where her 10-month-old baby was in the car seat.

News Release
Safety
April 6, 2020

DALLAS – April 6, 2020 – With your continued safety in mind, you will now see us wearing face coverings in your communities.  In light of new data about the spread of COVID-19, along with widespread evidence of coronavirus illness in communities around the country, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended on Friday that all citizens wear a clot

Utility Scam Awareness Day: Protect Yourself
News Release
Safety
April 1, 2020
DALLAS (April 1, 2020) According to the Federal Trade Commission, scammers are exploiting fear surrounding the coronavirus pandemic to access bank account information, PIN codes or Social Security numbers through illegal robocalls and other nefarious tactics. In light of this increased activity, Atmos Energy reminds customers to be especially aware of scammers who are taking advantage of the ongoing public health emergency to steal money and personal information while posing as public utility representatives.
Perspectives
Nonprofit Spotlight
April 1, 2020

Teen mothers and their children are among the most vulnerable to lifelong poverty, and for 125 years, Florence Crittenton Services has been breaking cycles of poverty by empowering Colorado women and their children. 

News Release
Community
March 27, 2020
DALLAS (March 27, 2020) – Atmos Energy is committed to the safety and welfare of our customers, our communities, and our employees while our nation responds to the Covid-19 pandemic.
News Release
Community
March 27, 2020
DALLAS (March 27, 2020) – The escalating public health crisis is responsible for an unprecedented number of school closures, layoffs and economic disruptions across the country, and millions of students who depend on school food programs for their next meal also have parents whose jobs are at risk or have been eliminated due to the pandemic.