During the shelter-at-home order, PG&E pledges to limit the number and duration of planned outages, to the extent possible, to safely complete critical and essential work. We understand the impacts of a service interruption may be at this time, and we apologize for any disruption or hardship these outages may cause. Learn more

Learn more so you can be prepared

PG&E must sometimes interrupt service temporarily to maintain the electric systems that serve you. The maintenance helps keep your lights on and enables us to provide safe and reliable service.

Prepare for a planned outage

Get additional planned outage tips.

Download Preparing for a Planned Outage (PDF, 100 KB)


Access information about current active outages

Find electrical outages in the PG&E service territory. View or report outages. The outage map shows outages by city, county or zip code with the following information:

  • Preliminary cause
  • Status
  • Start time
  • Estimated restoration time
Wildfire Safety

Community Wildfire Safety Program

PG&E has precautionary measures in place to help reduce the risk of wildfires. Our goal is to help customers prepare for and stay safe during extreme weather events, including sending notifications when and where possible when power may be turned off for safety.

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Keep contact information up to date

For public safety, it may be necessary for us to temporarily turn off electricity when gusty winds and dry conditions, combined with a heightened fire risk, threaten a portion of the electric system. We will attempt to contact customers in advance to ensure there’s enough time to prepare.