PG&E is monitoring a weather event late this weekend into early next week and is anticipating a Public Safety Power Shut Off for portions of Humboldt County beginning Sunday, October 25 with restoration anticipated Wednesday, October 28.
Residents in the following areas may lose power during this timeframe:
Alderpoint, Ettersburg, Kneeland, Redcrest, Blocksburg, Fort Seward, Miranda, Redway, Bridgeville, Garberville, Myers Flat, Weott, Carlotta, Harris, Petrolia, Whitethorn, Dinsmore, Honeydew and Phillipsville.
All notifications and alerts regarding PSPS impacts will come directly from PG&E. Please sign up for those alerts at pgealerts.alerts.pge.com.PG&E has not released information regarding activating the Humboldt Bay Power Plant in island mode or Community Resource Center information. Once that information is available, we will share via our social media platforms.
Residents in these areas should begin preparing for the impacts of a three-day power outage, including ensuring you have adequate batteries, flashlights, non-perishable food and water. Residents are also encouraged to install carbon monoxide detectors with battery backup in central locations on every level of your home.
Learn more about preparing for power outages at ready.gov/power-outages
For more information regarding this upcoming PSPS, visit pge.com/pspsupdates
@PGE4Me is monitoring a weather event late this weekend into early next week and is anticipating a #psps for portions of Humboldt County beginning Sunday, October 25 with restoration anticipated Wednesday, October 28. READ MORE: https://t.co/dweIYElmL8 pic.twitter.com/5pZb6cHuND— Humboldt Co OES (@HumCoOES) October 23, 2020