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PG&E reduces number of customers affected in Thursday PSPS event

The number of customers affected has dropped to 6,200 but will still include multiple counties in the North State.

Posted: Oct 13, 2021 7:43 PM
Updated: Oct 13, 2021 11:00 PM

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. - PG&E has reduced the number of customers that may be affected by Thursday's Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) to 6,200. The event will span 11 counties systemwide. 

The current list of counties that may be affected by the PSPS include: 

  • Butte: 768 customers, 69 Medical Baseline customers
  • Colusa: 553 customers, 38 Medical Baseline customers
  • Glenn: 376 customers, 22 Medical Baseline customers
  • Kern: 664 customers, 34 Medical Baseline customers
  • Lake: 94 customers, 3 Medical Baseline customers
  • Napa: 468 customers, 22 Medical Baseline customers
  • Shasta: 721 customers, 53 Medical Baseline customers
  • Solano: 1,026 customers, 72 Medical Baseline customers
  • Sonoma: 127 customers, 3 Medical Baseline customers
  • Tehama: 1,227 customers, 126 Medical Baseline
  • Yolo: 250 customers, 5 Medical Baseline customers

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Heavy rain and very windy weather continue over much of northern California as a vigorous Pacific storm system batters the West Coast. Advisories, Watches and Warnings continue. Stay safe and evacuate if flooding is likely!
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