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PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS)

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Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) has announced that it will shut down transmission lines on days with a high risk of wildfire as part of its Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) program. Customers are advised to prepare for outages that could last more than 48 hours. Outages could impact any PG&E customer regardless of whether they live in a high fire-threat area. Check the link above and follow the tips below to receive the most up to date information from PG&E. (This is not a City of Cupertino program and this webpage may not contain the most recent information.)

PG&E has stated that it intends to provide customers with 48 hours advanced notice via phone call, text, or email. However, weather conditions can change quickly, and PG&E may unable to fully execute their noticing protocols. After the extreme weather event has passed, PG&E will conduct inspections and any necessary repairs before power can be restored.

When Will a Shutoff Occur?
Weather Awareness
Preparing for a PSPS
Updating Your Contact Information
Medical Baseline Customers