Active community member and good neighbor.

Community involvement extends well beyond the boundaries of our transmission corridors and the reliable energy we provide.

We are active members of the community, working closely with our stakeholders – from municipal leaders to residents – to ensure our transmission system serves each community’s specific needs. Just as ITC’s transmission lines remain in the community for many years, we maintain an ongoing commitment to working with residents, businesses and local leaders and foster long-lasting, mutual partnerships.


We ensure the safe and reliable delivery of power in a responsible way that helps protect land, water and species.


Proactive, ongoing, preventative maintenance is essential to a reliable, high-performing grid.


We work with high-voltage electricity and heavy equipment daily, so the safety of our employees, partners and community members is our top priority.


Investing in programs and making contributions that represent the keys to a strong quality of life in the communities where we live and serve.


We work with national and local partners to improve the electric grid, protect the environment, foster business development and improve the communities that we serve.

“We greatly appreciate the support and commitment of ITC. This donation is integral to our efforts to open the Michigan Science Center and accomplish our vital mission of inspiring children and their families to discover, explore and appreciate science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.”

– Michigan Science Center
board member

“ITC has been an incredible partner to Cedar Valley Habitat for Humanity through both financial support and volunteer time. They believe in the community, and they believe that the work we do together makes an impact to families. ITC’s support has been a critical key towards our goal of ending poverty housing both locally and globally.”

– Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Cedar Valley Habitat for Humanity

“Our mission is to provide young people with lifelong skills – people learn how to swim, play basketball – but it’s so much more than that. We offer ample volunteer opportunities. Last year, we had 483 volunteers give 6,538 hours helping with community projects and coaching. The kids we serve today will be the leaders of tomorrow. It all revolves around our mission of character development.”

– Dodge City, Kan., YMCA CEO