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Eastern Sierra News for July 20, 2024

 

 

 

 

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Due to projected weather conditions, SCE may initiate a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) for 31 circuits throughout Mono County between 09/27/2019- 09/29/2019. Most of the circuits within the Mammoth Lakes area are on watch for a 6:00pm de-energization on Friday, 9/27. Power is estimated to return by 11pm 9/27.

19 circuits, including those in the Bridgeport area, are on watch for de-energization at 12 pm Saturday 9/28. Power is estimated to return by Saturday afternoon.

Areas around Mono City and Mono Lake are also on watch for a potential power loss on Sunday 12pm 9/29.

Please note that while these areas may already be experiencing weather-related outages, SCE has not proactively shut off power at this time. As more information becomes available we will update the dedicated Mono County PSPS webpage.

The primary source for outage information in Mono County is the dedicated Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) page on the Mono County website. Data for this updated page that includes detailed maps is populated from theSCE PSPS webpage or by calling (800) 611-1911.

In addition, regular updates are posted on the Mono County Sheriff Facebook page and the Town of Mammoth Lakes website under ‘Latest News and Announcements.”

Stay safe and be prepared!

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The Town of Mammoth Lakes is currently in “Monitor” Status for Public Safety Power Shutoff. Please click on the link below for the detailed status map with real-time conditions.
Due to projected weather conditions, SCE is exploring options for a potential Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) of electrical circuits in High Fire Risk Areas (HFRA) serving portions of unincorporated areas in Mono County as early as Friday 9/27. Please note that while these areas may already be experiencing weather-related outages, SCE has not proactively shut off power at this time.
The public should call 800-611-1911 or visit www.sce.com if they have questions. Again, no Public Safety Power Shutoffs have been initiated by SCE at this time.

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From the Town of Mammoth Lakes

Due to projected weather conditions, SCE is exploring options for a potential Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) of electrical circuits in High Fire Risk Areas (HFRA) serving portions of unincorporated areas in Mono County as early as Friday, September 27.

Please note that while these areas may already be experiencing weather-related outages, SCE has not proactively shut off power at this time.

The primary source for outage information in Mono County is the dedicated Public Safety Power Shutoff page on the Mono County website.

Data for this updated page that includes detailed maps is populated from the SCE PSPS webpage or by calling (800) 611-1911.

In addition, regular updates are posted on the Mono County Sheriff facebook page, the Town of Mammoth Lakes website under ‘Latest News and Announcements” and the Town’s Facebook page.

Public Safety Power Shutoff Information and Map: https://monocounty.ca.gov/prepared/psps


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