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Category: PG&E

Wilhelm: 48hr Notice of tree work – Friday 4/29/2022

Wilhelm tree crews are slated to work along PG&E powerlines at the following locations starting MONDAY 4/25/22 thru FRIDAY 4/29/22.   1621 2ND ST 1653 2ND ST 1653 2ND ST 1653 2ND ST 1701 4TH ST 201 BELLE AVE 614 BELLE AVE 8 BRADCLIFF CT 8 BRADCLIFF CT 58 BRET HARTE LN 189 BRET HARTE … Continued

Flex Alert issued for Wednesday, July 28th, due to heat and tight supply

Consumers urged to reduce energy use from 4-9 p.m. to protect grid reliability FOLSOM, Calif. – The California Independent System Operator (ISO) has issued a statewide Flex Alert, a call for voluntary electricity conservation, for today, Wednesday, July 28 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., due to predicted high energy demand and tight supplies across … Continued

PG&E Financial Support for Customers with Past Due Balances

As the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic start to subside, Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) encourages customers with past due balances to explore available financial assistance programs now, before the emergency customer protections come to an  end. June 30 is the anticipated end-date for the moratorium on non-payment shutoffs. This does not mean shutoffs … Continued

Rotating outages now in progress

Your power may be shut off for 1-2 hours The state’s grid operator, California Independent System Operator (CAISO), has issued a notice that outages may occur TODAY if the demand for electricity exceeds supply. We may be required to turn off your power for 1 to 2 hours in a series of rotating block outages. … Continued

ISO issues Flex Alert for energy conservation

Extreme heat forecast; consumer help will be key to preventing outages FOLSOM, Calif. – The California Independent System Operator (ISO), with extreme heat forecast for much of California and the Southwest, has issued a statewide Flex Alert to encourage electricity conservation tomorrow from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. to reduce stress on the grid and … Continued

San Rafael Update: Tier Status, Vaccine Interest, Small Business Grant, & More

Yesterday, the State provided an update on statewide COVID-19 case rates, hospitalizations, and surveillance on new coronavirus variants. Marin County remains in Purple Tier 1 (Widespread Risk) status for its second week. Our current data meets two of the three metrics required to shift to Red Tier 2 (Substantial Risk). Progress must be made on the COVID-19 case rate in Marin County before we can move to the next … Continued

Winter Storm Advisory – San Rafael Storm Resources

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect from January 26, 4:00 PM until January 28, 4:00 PM, and a High Wind Watch is in effect from January 26, 7:00 PM until January 27, 10:00 AM. A moderate “atmospheric river” will impact the region Tuesday through Thursday bringing prolonged periods of moderate to heavy rain along … Continued

Emergency Update: Tier Status Update, SMART Train, & More

Yesterday we received the State’s weekly update on the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Marin has completed its second week in Tier 3 (orange status); the State’s November 4th assessment  for Marin includes:   Testing Positivity: 1.0% (decrease of 0.4% since last assessment)  Adjusted Case Rate: 2.6 (no change)  Health Equity Quartile Test Positivity Rate: 1.5% (decrease of 0.9%)  In order to achieve Tier 4 (yellow status) Marin must:   have been in the current … Continued

Emergency Update: Marin Graduates to Tier 3, Halloween, Power Shutoffs, & More

As of yesterday, Marin County has officially been assigned to Tier 3 (orange status) or “moderate” risk level as part of the Blueprint for a Safer Economy.  The State approved this move due to fewer daily cases, a reduction in the proportion of positive tests among those who are tested, and progress in addressing the County’s lowest-income communities. The County must spend at least 21 days … Continued

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