Kua Customer Service Numbers

  1. General: 1 (407) 933-9800

  2. Alternative: (877) 582-7700

  3. Additional: 407-933-9883

  4. Head Office Location: 1701 W. Carroll St. Kissimmee, Florida 34741, United States
  5. Driving Direction: Follow the directions to locate Kua
  6. Locations Near You: Find nearby locations of Kua

Customer Service Paths for Additional Help


Kua Outage Reporting?
Outage: Get connected with outage page. You can also use above given contact us page for this facility.

Kua Current Jobs?
Job/Placement: The current job openings at Kua can be found easily right from here.

Login To Your Account
Login/Sign in: You can directly login to your account from here

How/Where To Pay Bill For Kua
Bill Payment: You can pay your bill to Kua with the facility provided.

To Create Account on Kua
Sign Up/Register Account: If you are not a registered user, you can create an account.
Use this form to have your bill mailed to an alternate address, update your phone numbers, personal information and/or e-mail address. This form is to be used solely by the current KUA account holder.

For Any Enquiry/Inquiry and Customer Service Support
Service Support: You can avail service support from Kua by following the given path.
KUA's Customer Service Center is open weekdays from 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Walk-in lobby hours are weekdays from 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Emergency support is available 24-hours a day. Contact Online Phone:.

How To Contact Kua Via Message?
Contact us: You can write a text message to Kua for any issue through the contact us page.com/.
About every two to three years, KUA's contract tree crews will visit your area to inspect and prune trees along power line rights of way. This work helps us prevent outages and downed lines.

What is Kua in the Process of?

KUA originally known as Kissimmee Utility Authority is a government agency that supplies electric power and some telecommunication services in Osceola County of Florida state. KUA is contractor of Toho Water Authority and is responsible for taking meter reading and billing services in the county. The agency was created in the year 1901 and is sixth largest municipally-owned utility in the state of Florida. For generating electricity the agency is having two power generation plants known as Roy E. Hansel Generating Station and the Cane Island Power Park.