Tips & Trends - Public Safety Power Shutoff
As part of PG&E’s wildfire safety efforts, PG&E is expected to turn off the power on days with a high risk of wildfire as part of its Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) program. PG&E is expected to turn off power on days with a high risk of wildfire. PG&E will aim to notify customers 48 hours in advance via phone call, text, or email. However, weather conditions can change quickly, and PG&E may unable to do so. Customers should prepare for outages that could last longer than two days. Outages can impact any PG&E customer, regardless of whether they live in a high fire-threat area. Visit www.saratoga.ca.us/PSPS to learn more about the PSPS program, ways you can prepare for outages, and how to register for PG&E’s Medical Baseline Program.