Prevention, preparedness and support

To keep customers and communities safe, we turn off power when fire risk is high. As the wildfire threat in our state continues to grow, these outages are necessary for safety.

Take these steps today to prepare for an outage

Wildfire safety

PG&E Safety Action Center

VerifyLooking for tips on how to prepare for emergencies and outages? Visit our Safety Action Center for more information.

PG&E Weather and Public Safety Power Shutoff 7-Day forecast

WildfireVisit our weather page to see weather conditions we're monitoring.

Disability Disaster Access Program

General emergencyWe are collaborating with the California Foundation for Independent Living Centers Disability Disaster Access and Resources Program to support the Access and Functional Needs community. Visit the Disability Disaster Access & Resources Program.

211PG&E is partnering with the California Network of 211s to provide help for customers who rely on power for health issues. 211 is a free, confidential service that provides 24/7 connections to local resources and assists with emergency preparedness planning. To learn more about 211, call 211, text “PSPS” to 211-211 or visit