Trees that fall or grow into power lines can cause outages and be a serious hazard to people. To prevent tree-related outages and accidents, we provide property owners and professional tree workers with a broad range of helpful information and services. Our Vegetation Management Program reduces electrical outages and wildfire risks, helping improve the reliability of our service to you. Visit: Power line and tree safety

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Make safety your top priority

From avoiding power lines when pruning to calling 811 before digging, follow these easy steps to prevent outages and accidents.

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Partners in your community

Throughout neighborhoods and towns, we sponsor events and provide education about tree and power line safety.

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Get your questions answered

How do we notify you if a tree needs to be pruned or removed? Who handles the clean up? Which trees are least likely to grow into power lines?

Tree work near you

The tree work we do throughout our service area helps prevent tree-related outages and injuries. Find out the steps we take when pruning trees near you.

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Transmission vs. distribution lines

Find out the difference between the two types of power lines and why it matters to you.

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Laws and regulations

We are required to keep areas near power lines clear. Read up on the laws and regulations that govern our Vegetation Management Program.

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Your trees and the drought

Get information about preventing injuries and property damage from drought-damaged trees

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