In response to the growing risk of wildfire across California, PG&E is enhancing their vegetation and safety work. Their focus will be on addressing vegetation that poses a higher potential for wildfire risk in high fire-threat areas as designated by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). You may see PG&E vegetation management inspectors and contractors in your neighborhood multiple times per year if you live in those areas. PG&E representatives will provide a brief presentation at Monday’s City Council meeting with more details.
For more information about this topic, visit PG&E’s website.