PG&E PSPS Update
Thursday 10/31 0800
All power has been restored from the 10/26 PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff to all areas of the San Ramon Valley.
Monday 10/28 2100
The City of San Ramon has full restoration of power. The Town of Danville still has a few areas out of power due to damaged lines from yesterday’s extreme winds. The repair process may take up until 6pm, Tuesday. There are no additional planned outages in the San Ramon/Danville area at this time.
Monday 10/28 1030
PG&E has given the all clear on the wind event, and begun inspecting and reenergizing their power lines. According to PG&E, there is a potential that there will be people that will not get there power restored before the next possible PSPS forecasted for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Sunday 10/27 2200
PG&E advised they are still on schedule to begin inspecting power lines at 8am, Monday, October 28th. Traffic signals that have been placed on flashing red will remain this way through commute hours. Thank you for your continued patience.
Saturday 10/26 2145
PG&E's reported outages in the areas of San Ramon, Danville, and Alamo. For more information visit: PG&E's Outage Center
Saturday 10/26 2100
PG&E's reported outages in the areas of San Ramon and Danville. For more information visit: PG&E's Outage Center
Saturday 10/26 0900
PG&E is notifying communities throughout the state to prepare for power shut-offs due to high winds and dry conditions.
The projected outage for the San Ramon Valley is slated to go from 5:00 pm on Saturday, October 26th through the evening of Sunday, October 27th. These times may vary and updates will occur.
This can change, depending on weather conditions.
- For an updated PG&E map of planned outage areas click here.
- You can also enter your address on PG&E's site, to see if you're in an area slated to lose power.
- PG&E's 24 hour power outage number is: 1-800-743-5002
For information on school closures if the outage extends through Monday, check the San Ramon Valley Unified School District's webpage. If schools close, parents and guardians will get calls from the district.
While power outage plans can shift, it's best to be prepared. These simple steps can help.
- Charge your cell phone, laptop, and other devices
- Fuel or charge your personal vehicle
- Keep vehicles out of garage facing outwards
- Keep driveway gates open and in the locked position
- Have extra cash, medications, water and non-perishable food on hand for all members of your household, including pets
- When in doubt always best to evacuate an area before being asked
- Have an emergency preparedness kit
- Check on vulnerable neighbors, family or friends BEFORE power is turned off, to see if they need help. (Frail elderly, people with disabilities, people with illnesses.)
- For emergencies call 911. 911 will work during an outage.
- PG&E says that power outage will not affect home gas service. There is no need to shut off the gas.
- BART trains will be operating during the power outage.