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From PG&E:

10/29 PSPS Event: A Public Safety Power Shutoff is underway

To protect public safety, PG&E has turned off power due to gusty winds and dry conditions combined with a heightened fire risk. Once the weather subsides and it is safe to do so, PG&E crews will begin inspecting power lines, repairing damaged equipment and restoring customers.

Outages (weather event plus restoration time) could last longer than 48 hours. For planning purposes, PG&E suggests customers prepare for outages that could last several days.

To support customers in the impacted counties, PG&E has opened Community Resource Centers in multiple locations.

COUNTIES AND CITIES IMPACTED
LEARN MORE ABOUT PUBLIC SAFETY POWER SHUTOFFS

Here are important links:

Public Safety Power Shutoff

Shutoff Event timelines

Resources for those without power