Welcome to PG&E's Fresno Division

Welcome to PG&E’s Fresno Division, which extends from the foothills of the Coast Range in the west, down across the San Joaquin Valley, and back up into the Sierra Nevada mountains. With more than 500,000 residents, the city of Fresno is the 5th largest city in the state. The name Fresno is the Spanish language word for the ash tree, and an ash leaf is featured on the city's flag. Fresno's economy is primarily made up of agriculture but also includes several oil fields, the U.S. Navy at the Lemoore Naval Air Station and part of the state penitentiary system. Fresno County is the most productive agricultural county in the entire United States.

In Fresno, PG&E's Nick Stavropoulos, center, listens to first responders during a discussion on the importance of calling 811 before any digging project.

Customers Reminded to Dig Safely on National 811 Day and All Year Long

On National 811 Day (Aug. 11), PG&E reminded customers and contractors about the importance of safe digging and calling 811 two days before any digging project... Read More

Fresno: Customer Relationship Manager Paying it Forward for Generations

What keeps you connected to your community can extend beyond lifetimes, beyond memory...

PG&E Crews Join in Response to Long-Burning Rough Fire in Central California

As feared, the 2015 fire season has been particularly bad due to continuing drought in California...