SCE responding to power outage

From The Town of Mammoth Lakes

Southern California Edison is responding to power outage that is town-wide.

No definitive estimated time for restoration has been provided.

The Mammoth Lakes Police Department is advising residents and visitors to stay off roads due to blizzard conditions.

Call 800-427-ROAD for updated highway conditions.


5 Responses to SCE responding to power outage

  1. Jane December 15, 2015 at 9:11 am #

    I spoke with someone yesterday – Monday – from Lone Pine. He said they also lost power and that it was out all the way to Olancha. Considering the huge area of the outage, have there been any reports about what caused it? Seems kind of strange that we haven’t heard anything yet. ?

  2. Chair22 December 14, 2015 at 8:02 am #

    Can anyone in Mammoth confirm when this outage began and if/when the power was restored? My family has a vacation home in town that relies on electricity for standby heat/freeze protection. Edison doesn’t list Inyo or Mono county on their outage website, so I called them this morning and they don’t have any record of the circuit that feeds Mammoth Lakes (Bobsled) as having any reported issues yesterday or today…

    • Tom December 14, 2015 at 9:37 am #

      We came down our last run around 1:30pm yesterday 12/13/2015 to find the chair (Eagle Express) not running due to the power outage. We left and all of the traffic lights were out near the Eagle Lodge. The traffic lights were working on Main St. near the shell gas station though. Hope that helps a little.

    • Maggie December 14, 2015 at 10:32 am #

      We live in Mammoth Knolls neighborhood. Power went out approximately 1:36 pm and was restored about 5 hours later. Have not yet heard what the source of the outage was. Hope this helps and eases your mind.

    • sugar magnolia December 14, 2015 at 10:43 am #

      depends on what part of town your place is in. Power went out about 1:30, some parts of town came back on at 4, and most were on by 5. I think (but can’t be sure) that the neighborhood around the post office was the last to come on, sometime around 6 or 7)


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