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Community Wildfire Safety Program progress map

Updated in real-time, cameras help us predict and respond to wildfire risk

Our Community Wildfire Safety Program (CWSP) helps keep you safe. You can use the CWSP progress map to learn about safety work in your area.


Each part of the map shows our safety program in action:

  • Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS)
  • Enhanced Powerline Safety Settings (EPSS)
  • Undergrounding
  • Overhead hardening
  • Microgrids
  • Vegetation management
  • Sectionalizing devices

Learn more about vegetation management
Learn more about the CWSP program

The Address Lookup tool shows work near an address that matters to you. You can learn if an address qualifies for backup power assistance.


View California's network of cameras and weather stations

Updated in real time, these help us predict and respond to wildfire risk. Cameras are also available at alertca.live.

How to use the CWSP map

Address search

Search for an address by entering it into the search bar. The search bar will then show the full address. Click on the full address and a pop-out window will open. This shows the safety work for that address. You can also search for a city, county or tribe. To do this, click the “City / County / Tribe” button.

With the “Address Lookup” tab, you can search for all addresses tied to your PG&E account.

Explore the map
The map shows where safety work is taking place. Select from the drop-down menu to view a specific effort. The legend at the bottom explains what each icon means. Click on the icons or use the address search to learn more about PG&E’s CWSP efforts.

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