Nearly 21,000 Without Power in SoCal, 1 Million in Northern CA Back Up and Running

Rebekah Sager
October 11, 2019 - 8:27 am

AP

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At this time, SDG&E reports that 395 customers in the unincorporated area of Descanso, part of east Valley Center, Live Oaks Springs and Campo Reservation are without power as a result of initiating a Public Safety Power Shutoff last night.  

Power shut off due to PSPS* - 21,047 customers

Kern (5,283 customers)

Tehachapi Map 1, Tehachapi Map 2

Unincorporated areas including Bird Springs, Horse Canyon, Loraine, Sand Canyon and Twin Oaks

Los Angeles (4,557 customers)

Palmdale

Unincorporated communities of Agua Dulce and Acton, Boiling Point, White Heather 

Unincorporated communities of Fern Ann Falls, Twin Lakes, Deer Lake Highlands, Chatsworth Lake Manor, Santa Susana Knolls

Riverside (168 customers)

Unincorporated areas including Eden Hot Springs and Mountain Center near Idyllwild

San Bernardino (3,136 customers)

Fontana

Rancho Cucamonga

Rialto

San Bernardino

Unincorporated communities of Lytle Creek 

Unincorporated communities of Muscoy, Devore, Glen Helen Regional Park 

Unincorporated communities of Etiwanda, Grapevine Canyon, San Sevain Flats

Unincorporated communities of Devils canyon, Serrano Village, Kendall

Ventura (7,900 customers)

Camarillo

Fillmore

Santa Paula

Simi Valley

Unincorporated areas including Santa Susana Mount

*While we update the list of impacted counties regularly, weather conditions are dynamic and may result in changes that are not immediately shown here.

Under PSPS consideration* - approx. 223,128 customers

Kern County (~12,657 customers)

Tehachapi

Kern

Unincorporated areas including Frazier Park, Lake of the Woods, Pine Mountain Club, Bodfish, Lake Isabella, Sand Canyon, Keene, Camp Owens, Kernville, Wofford Heights, Golden Hills, Weldon, Onyx, Canebrake, Monolith, Bear Valley Springs, Lebec, Stallion Springs, and unincorporated areas of Kern County, Walker Basin and Kernville

Los Angeles County (~86,404 customers)

Lancaster

Altadena

Azusa

La Crescenta

Covina

Glendale Map 1, Glendale Map 2

Glendora

Montrose

Los Angeles

La Canada Flintridge Map 1, La Canada Flintridge Map 2, La Canada Flintridge Map 3, La Canada Flintridge Map 4

La Crescenta/Montrose

Malibu

Chatsworth

San Fernando

Santa Clarita Map 1, Santa Clarita Map 2, Santa Clarita Map 3, Santa Clarita Map 4, Santa Clarita Map 5

Unincorporated areas including Acton, Agua Dulce, Boiling Point, White Heather, Sunland, Tujunga, La Crescenta, Montrose, Wildwood, Canyon Country, Newhall, Forest Park, Sleepy Valley, Leona Valley, Alpine, Merrie Dell, Indian Springs, Stevenson Ranch, Mount Wilson, Humphreys, Placerita Canyon State Park, Mount Baldy, Mint Canyon, Kagel Canyon, north of Altadena, Lake Hughes, Green Valley, Elizabeth Lake, Sylmar, Portal Ridge, Three Points, Upper Big Tujunga Canyon, and unincorporated areas of Chatsworth, Sylmar and Los Angeles County

Orange County (~17,210 customers)

Rancho Santa Margarita

Orange

Lake Forest

Mission Viejo

Irvine

Tustin

Villa Park

Unincorporated area including North Tustin**, Orange Acres Park, Bee Canyon**, Silverado Canyon, Modjeska, Irvine Regional Park, El Modena**, Panorama Heights and Crown Heights

North Tustin Map 1, North Tustin Map 2, North Tustin Map 3

Bee Canyon Map 1, Bee Canyon Map 2

El Modena Map 1, El Modena Map 2, El Modena Map 3

Riverside County (~15,487 customers)

Banning

Beaumont

Hemet Map 1, Hemet Map 2, Hemet Map 3

San Jacinto Map 1, San Jacinto Map 2, San Jacinto Map 3, San Jacinto Map 4

Menifee

Moreno Valley Map 1, Moreno Valley Map 2, Moreno Valley Map 3

Perris

Unincorporated Riverside County including the communities of Whitewater and Bonnie Bell, Banning Pass**, Cabazon, Cherry Valley**, Owl, portions of Desert Hills Outlet Mall, North Palm Springs, Gilman Hot Springs, Lakeview, Mons, Mead Valley, Eden Hot Springs, Mountain Center, Good Hope and unincorporated areas of Beaumont, Banning and Riverside County.

Banning Pass Map 1, Banning Pass Map 2, Banning Pass Map 3

Cherry Valley Map 1, Cherry Valley Map 2, Cherry Valley Map 3  

San Bernardino County (~52,450 customers)

Big Bear

Calimesa

Cherry Valley

Fontana Map 1, Fontana Map 2, Fontana Map 3

Hesperia

Highland

Rancho Cucamonga Map 1, Rancho Cucamonga Map 2, Rancho Cucamonga Map 3

Rialto

San Bernardino

Upland

Yucaipa Map 1, Yucaipa Map 2

Yucca Valley

Unincorporated areas including Doble and Upper Holcomb Valley, Cajon Pass, Devore, Etiwanda, Lucerne Valley, Lytle Creek, Cedar Pines Park, Valley of Enchantment, Crestline, Valley View Park, Crestline, Muscoy, Morongo Valley, Oak Glen, Mount Baldy, Arrowhead Equestrian and unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County** and Yucca Valley**

Unincorporated San Bernardino County Map 1, Unincorporated San Bernardino County Map 2, Unincorporated San Bernardino County Map 3, Unincorporated San Bernardino County Map 4

Unincorporated Yucca Valley Map 1, Unincorporated Yucca Valley Map 2

Tulare County (~131 customers)

Unincorporated areas including Fairview, Johnsondale and unincorporated communities of Tulare County

Ventura County (~48,789 customers)

Fillmore Map 1, Fillmore Map 2

Camarillo

Moorpark

Simi Valley

Santa Rosa Valley

Ventura

Unincorporated areas including Sespe, Oak Village, north of Moorpark, Piru, Elkins Ranch Golf Course, Santa Susana, Stauffer, Sycamore Canyon, Solromar and unincorporated areas of Piru

*While we update the list of impacted counties regularly, weather conditions are dynamic and may result in changes that are not immediately shown here.

**Some communities are represented on multiple maps. The corresponding maps are listed below those communities.

Click to see a map of where SoCal Edison may shut off the power: www.scemaintenance.com//content/sce-maintenance/en/psps.html

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In Northern California, more than half of the nearly 2 million residents who were without electricity due to shutoffs by PG&E now have power. 

The utility said 426,000 Northern California businesses and residences got their power back — but that 312,000 customers were still in the dark