Public Safety Power Shutoff Address Alerts Provide Notifications for Addresses Other Than Your Home That Are Important to You, Including Schools or a Relative’s Home
Customers Who Signed Up Before June 2022 Must
Re-Enroll to Continue Receiving Alerts
Online Tool Benefits Tenants, Even If They
Don’t Have a Utility Bill in Their Name
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) customers and
non-account holders can now sign up for notifications for any
address they care about to stay informed about Public Safety Power
Shutoffs (PSPS). High winds can cause tree branches and debris to
contact energized lines, damage our equipment and cause wildfires.
As a result, PG&E may need to turn off power during severe
weather to prevent wildfires. This is called a PSPS.
It is important to remember that if you signed up to receive
these alerts prior to June 2022, you will need to re-enroll for
each address, to continue receiving these notifications through
To sign up for alerts for any address that is important to you or a
loved one, visit www.pge.com/addressalert. Alerts are accessible in
multiple languages by automated call and text.
Address Alerts might be right for you if:
- You want to know about a PSPS at your home, work, school or
other important location
- You are a tenant and do not have a PG&E account
- You need to stay informed about a PSPS affecting a friend or
- Multiple members of your household want to be notified
Customers and non-account holders interested in receiving
updates about forecasted PSPS for an address where they do not
receive a bill can sign up for any number of address alerts. Note,
PG&E customers will automatically be enrolled to receive PSPS
notifications for any home or business they have an account for.
Customers are encouraged to keep their contact information up to
date with PG&E so they can be notified if their specific
location will be impacted.
Prepare for the unexpected
PG&E understands that losing power disrupts lives and has
been working nonstop to make its system safer while also reducing
the impact of PSPS events. PG&E urges all customers to plan
ahead of an unexpected emergency. Below are a few resources that
can help you prepare for an outage:
- Safety Action Center: Find tips and guides to staying safe
during wildfires or severe weather.
- Kids Emergency Preparedness: Access interactive games, safety
tips and quizzes to share emergency resources with children.
- Medical Baseline Program: Sign up for resources available to
support those in the disabled and aging populations.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a subsidiary of PG&E
Corporation (NYSE:PCG), is a combined natural gas and electric
utility serving more than 16 million people across 70,000 square
miles in Northern and Central California. For more information,
visit pge.com and pge.com/news.
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