Update: 3:30 P.M. October 13, 2020
PG&E has revised their estimate of the number of residences that will be affected in Danville. The initial estimate of 1850 has been drastically reduced and we recommend that residents use the address look up on the PG&E website to see if they will be affected.
Dry conditions and high winds have increased the chances of a potential wildfire situation, prompting PG&E to institute a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) that will affect a very small number of Danville homes.
The PSPS event is set to begin on Wednesday, October 14, 2020 between 6:00 P.M - 8:00 P.M.
PREPARING FOR A PSPS
- Make sure your PG&E billing information contains your current contact information to receive notifications.
- Plan for medical needs, like devices that use batteries/require power or medications that need to be refrigerated. Visit PG&E's Medical Baseline Program page for more information about the program, resources available, and how to apply.
- Fuel up vehicles
- Charge mobile devices
- Prepare backup charging methods for phones or other devices
- Keep hard copies of emergency numbers
- Create or restock a home emergency kit that includes fresh batteries, flashlights, cash, and first aid supplies. The www.bereadysrv.org web site has checklists and other ideas for preparing for an emergency
- Know how to manually open your garage door
- Plan for the needs of your pets
- Unplug electronics or install a surge protector
- Ensure backup generators are ready and safe to use
- Sign up for emergency alert notifications:
- For additional wildfire and emergency preparedness tips, visit:
- PG&E has also established a Safety Action Center web page in order to provide helpful information about wildfire risks and what you can do before, during and after an emergency to keep your family safe.
For questions or concerns about the PSPS program and other emergency preparedness issues, contact Emergency Services Manager Jeff Hebel at (925) 314-3368 or email@example.com.