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The County of Marin is preparing to respond to the impacts of a PG&E Power Shutoff affecting approximately 10,000 Marin customers. PG&E informed County officials that Marin County will definitely have“Public Safety Power Shutoff Watch,” and it is suspected that a de-energization event will begin at midnight tonight and all the power in the affected areas should be off by 4 am tomorrow (Wed). San Anselmo has not been named at this point, though the Town is actively monitoring the situation and will coordinate with our operational area response partners if needed. PG&E is monitoring weather patterns and will provide updates to customers and the County of Marin when information is available.
A list by jurisdiction within Marin below:
PG&E currently reports that the power shutoff would start in the early morning of Wednesday, October 9. Customers should prepare for the possibility of losing power early Wednesday morning. Re-energization would begin on Thursday, and PG&E anticipates it will take up to five days to completely restore power to all customers once the restoration process begins.
For updates and to identify service areas that may be affected by a potential power outage, residents should visit www.pge.com/psps and check individual addresses on PG&E’s interactive potential outage map.
To learn more about a PG&E’s power shutoff, visit www.PGE.com/weather or call PG&E’s 24-hour power outage information center at 1-800-743-5002.
In the meantime, here is a preparedness checklist:
Further recommendations can be found here: