Public Safety Power Shutoff Resources
How to Know If You Will Be Impacted
- Go to PG&E's Potential PSPS Address-Lookup Tool to find out if your home will be impacted by public safety power shutoffs.
- Go to PG&E's power shut-off event page for more information on active power shutoff events and the locations of community resource centers.
- Sign up for updates related to public safety power shutoffs by going here.
A nonemergency hotline has been established to help medically vulnerable Californians and health and community care facilities find resources in their communities during power shutoffs.
The hotline is (833) 284-3473.
During power shutoffs or potential power shutoffs, hotline assistance will be available 9:00am-9:00pm. Assistance is available in many languages. 711 Telecommunications Relay Services (TRS) are available for individuals with hearing or speech related disabilities. You can find more information on 711 TRS here.
Download the Personal Emergency Plan so that you can prepare and be ready in the event you lose power. Having a plan is important for any emergency. To view the Personal Emergency Planning Tool, click here.