1,300 Pacific Power consumers without power in southern Oregon

Pacific Power crews are responding to various outages caused by winter weather across its southern Oregon service area, affecting almost 1300 consumers.

Field crews are working to restore power in those area as soon as is safely possible given the chances on the ground the utility added.

Pacific Power encourage consumers to be prepared for outages and helps state and local emergency management organizations, recommending Oregonians have emergency plan for up to 3 days without services.

Pacific Power meteorology team has closely monitoring the crews and storm were on standby in southern Oregon and northern California with snow estimated through weekend.

Here are few steps consumers can take to prepare and stay informed

  • Track outages update contact info and do more Pacific Power free app
  • Sign up to receive outage alerts by text phone or email
  • Update your contact information so Pacific Power can access you
  • Restore your outage kit
  • Keep mobile devices charge so that may be used in emergency
  • Text Out to 722797 to report your outage or STAT to check status

Visit pacificpower.net/outages for restoration estimates.

“As reminder stay away from all downed power lines and utility lines utility says. ” Even if lines are not sparking they could be extremely dangerous and energized. Consumers should avoid both powerlines and trees as well as keep pets far away from those areas.

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