PG&E’s goal is to further reduce wildfire risks and keep our customers and the communities we serve safe. Learn about our safety measures, including how you could be affected by a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS).
We're hosting a series of regional open houses throughout our service area for anyone who is interested in learning more about our Community Wildfire Safety Program.
Electric backup power can keep the lights on, help appliances stay running, save perishable food, and power essential equipment and electronics during a power outage. Generators can also be expensive, noisy, and can pose safety hazards. It's important to understand how to safely operate your backup power before an emergency occurs.
Find out what you can do now to prepare for the growing threat of wildfires plus learn what PG&E is doing to prevent and prepare for wildfires. Attend a wildfire safety webinar.
Find out about the additional precautionary measures we’re taking to further reduce wildfire risks and help keep the customers and communities we serve safe.
When gusty winds and dry conditions, combined with a heightened fire risk, are forecasted, it may be necessary for us to turn off electricity for safety, called a Public Safety Power Shutoff.
We've enhanced our efforts to keep trees and limbs away from power lines in high fire-threat areas.
During an active wildfire impacting PG&E service, get the latest information. Plus, use our map to find out which areas are impacted.
Find information about restoring power and the rebuilding process.