Thousands Without Power Across SoCal

Ameera Butt
October 25, 2019 - 8:46 am

KNX 1070


Southern California Edison is continuing its power shutoffs, both current and under consideration, on Friday.

That's amid gusty Santa Ana winds and to decrease the risk of wildfires or brushfires popping up across Southern California.

Currently, there is one giant fire, the Tick Fire, raging in Santa Clarita that firefighters are trying to get under control.

Click here for list of school closures and evacuations:

As of Friday morning, more than 21,000 SoCal Edison customers had their power shut off.

Click here for more info from SoCal Edison:

Current Status, Effective: Oct. 25, 8:00 a.m.

Power shut off due to PSPS* - 21,154 customers

Kern County (4,374 customers)

Unincorporated communities of Bear Valley Springs, Stallion Springs and Walker Basin

Los Angeles County (10,378 customers)

Unincorporated areas including Leona Valley, Agua Dulce, White Heather, Boiling Point , Forest Park Map 1, Forest Park Map 2, Mint Canyon, Chatsworth, Oaks, Lincoln Crest, Acton and Val Verde

Riverside County (1,865 customers)

Chino Hills

Unincorporated areas including Mountain Center

San Bernardino County (7,436 customers)

Fontana, Rialto, Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino and Chino Hills

Unincorporated areas including Etiwanda, Grapevine Canyon, San Sevaine Flats, Alta Loma, Chaffey College School, Devils Canyon, Serrano Village, Kendall, Lytle Creek, San Bernardino High School, Arrowhead, Shandin Hills, Rim of the World, Del Rosa, NE Sterling, Nena, south of the Glen Helen Regional Park, Rosena Ranch, Sterling, Del Rosa and Wildwood Park

Ventura (4,768 customers)

Moorpark, Fillmore, Santa Paula Map 1, Camarillo, Ventura

Unincorporated areas in Fairview, Epworth, Bardsdale, Santa Susana Mountains, El Rio, Camulos, Limoneira, Somis.