PG&E brings another mobile help center to Greenville to help with restoring electric services. You will be able to get in-person answers to your questions about getting power back to your property during your rebuilding process following the Dixie Fire. The mobile help center will be at the Greenville Jr. Sr. high school parking lot along Crescent Street. PG&E representatives will be able to help walk you through the steps you need to take to get temporary or permanent power as well as ask questions about tree removal. You will however need to still apply for electric service after getting your building permits from the county building and planning department prior to re-establishing power with PG&E. You may also be eligible to receive a free connection to electric service until a permanent meter is installed. You can learn more and bring your questions to the mobile help center on Tuesday the 28th from 10 am to 2 pm.
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