If your power is received through PG&E the company has been getting prepared for the impact of this holiday storm. They have paused planned maintenance work until the storm passes and are getting crews availability to prepare to work for any potential holiday power restoration. A Geoscience team also supports crews to monitor post wildfire debris flows. PG&E has also stock piled power poles, power lines, and transformers in yards throughout their coverage areas to respond to impacted areas as quickly as possible as well as setting up local operation emergency centers. To find out more about current outage reports or to report one you can call 800-743-5002.
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