Another Possible PSPS Event Impacting Central Coast and Part of Central Valley

As PG&E completes restoration for all 2,200 customers impacted by the July 2 PSPS event this evening, PG&E in-house meteorologists are monitoring a separate pulse of windy, dry and hot weather forecasted to enter the southern part of our service area on Friday morning, and the last until Saturday morning. In response to that weather system, the Bay Area Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for that area.

Around 5 p.m. on Wednesday, PG&E sent two-day ahead notifications to approximately 6,500 customers, predominantly in the Central Coast region, of a potential PSPS shutoff event beginning on Friday at 10:30 a.m. Customers impacted by this potential event would include (by county):

Monterey: 4,023
San Luis Obispo: 2,230
San Benito: 249
Fresno: 210

Please conduct your media outreach if you see fit. Customers are encouraged to visit dates, where they can look up the latest event information, potential impacts, and timing for their service address and their communities. This website is available in 16 languages.

PG&E will once again have Community Resource Centers open for this July 5 event, and CRCs opened for the July 2 PSPS event will remain open for the foreseeable future. Customers can find locations, hours of operation, and services provided at

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