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Community Wildfire Safety Program

Making our system safer and more reliable

Get notified if there is an outage in your area.

Through our Community Wildfire Safety Program, we are building the electric system of the future.


Our efforts are making the system safer while allowing us to better respond to climate challenges. This work includes:


Undergrounding powerlines

Our 10,000-mile undergrounding program is the largest effort in the U.S. to underground powerlines as a wildfire risk reduction measure.

Learn more about undergrounding


System hardening

We are strengthening the electric system with stronger poles and covered powerlines in addition to undergrounding.

Learn more about system hardening


Enhancing powerline safety settings

We are using enhanced settings to turn off power within one-tenth of a second if a threat is detected. These settings are known as Enhanced Powerline Safety Settings (EPSS).

Learn more about EPSS


Reducing Public Safety Power Shutoff impacts

We are working to make our system safer and improve Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS).

Learn more about PSPS


Managing trees and vegetation near powerlines

We are keeping trees and other vegetation at a safe distance from powerlines.

Learn more about vegetation management


Find out more about our wildfire safety efforts (PDF, 511 KB)

Wildfire Mitigation Plan


On March 27, 2023, PG&E submitted its 2023-2025 Wildfire Mitigation Plan (WMP) in compliance with California SB 901, AB 1054 and guidelines from the Office of Energy Infrastructure Safety (Energy Safety).

The 2023-2025 WMP addresses:

  • PG&E's wildfire safety programs and initiatives focused on reducing the potential for catastrophic wildfires related to electrical equipment
  • Reducing the potential for fires to spread
  • Containing the customer impact of EPSS/PSPS events

Wildfire Mitigation Plan Revision 5 and Attachments – April 02, 2024

Wildfire Mitigation Plan Revision 4 and Attachments – January 08, 2024

Wildfire Mitigation Plan Revision 3 and Attachments – September 27, 2023

Wildfire Mitigation Plan Revision 2 and Attachments – August 7, 2023

Wildfire Mitigation Plan non-substantive errata – April 26, 2023

Wildfire Mitigation Plan revision 1 and attachments – April 6, 2023

Wildfire Mitigation Plan and attachments – March 27, 2023

All other supporting documents – March 27, 2023

PG&E standards and procedures referenced

2023 quarterly reports

First quarter - May 1, 2023

Second Quarter - August 1, 2023

Third Quarter - November 1, 2023

Fourth Quarter - February 1, 2024

Revised Wildfire Mitigation Plan and Attachments – July 26, 2022

Wildfire Mitigation Plan and Attachments – February 25, 2022

Wildfire Mitigation Plan Revision Notice Responses and Attachments

Other Documents

2022 quarterly reports

First quarter

Second quarter

Third quarter

Fourth quarter

Wildfire Mitigation Plan and Attachments - Revised – June 3, 2021

Wildfire Mitigation Plan and Attachments – Second Errata – April 22, 2021

Wildfire Mitigation Plan and Attachments – First Errata – March 17, 2021

Wildfire Mitigation Plan and Attachments – Supplemental Filing – February 26, 2021

Wildfire Mitigation Plan and Attachments – February 5, 2021

Wildfire Mitigation Plan and Attachments – Other Filings


2021 quarterly reports

First quarter

Second quarter

Third quarter

Fourth quarter

Each discovery or data request received related to PG&E's 2023 WMP is recorded in the spreadsheet linked below and sortable by topic, requesting party and date. The responses to each request will continue to be updated on this page as they are completed.


This page is updated weekly with the latest discovery or data requests and responses.


Updated as of: April 18, 2024

Overview of 2024 discovery requests and responses (XLSX)

Public Advocates Office

Green Power Institute

Safety Policy Division

The Utility Reform Network

Office of Energy Infrastructure

Mussey Grade Road Alliance

Energy Safety


Public Advocates Office

William B. Abrams

Overview of 2021 discovery requests and responses (XLSX)






Find out if you live in a high wildfire-risk area

To share information about wildfire risk near you, we use the Fire-Threat Map. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) worked with CAL FIRE and others to develop this tool. This map shows places with a high risk of wildfires that could put people and property in danger.

  • Tier 3 areas are at extreme risk for wildfire
  • Tier 2 areas are at elevated risk for wildfire
  • Zone 1 High Hazard Zones are areas with high numbers of dead and dying trees

Clean, renewable energy you can count on

To help keep customers safe, we are using new tools to prevent and respond to wildfire risks.

More on outages and safety


At PG&E, nothing is more important than safety.

Public Safety Power Shutoff

Find out how planned safety outages prevent wildfires and keep you safe.

Outage preparedness and support

Stay prepared for power outages and get support.