Power Outage Awareness Map

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Why Do I Need My Rotating Outage Group Number?

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Major Outages

SCE is currently affected by significant power outages.
Visit the Major Outages page for more details.

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Not Seeing Your Outage?

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Outage Alerts

Stay informed about unplanned repair and planned maintenance outages.

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Community Support

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SCE Community Resource Centers are available to support customers during a Public Safety Power Shutoffs... Moreicon. We provide access to our customer service team, as well as Customer Resiliency Kits, which include PSPS information, light snacks, water, small resiliency devices, and personal protective equipment. Location and hours of operation details are typically updated one day before any potential PSPS event. Learn more here about additional resources and programs to help you prepare for emergencies or outages. SCE complies with applicable COVID-19 guidelines provided by local and state health agencies. Lessicon

 
 

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SCE Community Crew Vehicles are available to support customers during a Public Safety Power Shutoffs... Moreicon. We provide access to our customer service team, as well as Customer Resiliency Kits, which include PSPS information, light snacks, water, small resiliency devices, and personal protective equipment. Location and hours of operation details are typically updated one day before any potential PSPS event. Learn more here about additional resources and programs to help you prepare for emergencies or outages. SCE complies with applicable COVID-19 guidelines provided by local and state health agencies. Lessicon

 
 
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The resources below may assist customers who need access to electricity during a PSPS event including when a CRC is not open:

SCE's Hotel Discount Program - Customers experiencing an extended outage can take advantage of special rates at participating hotels and charge personal electronics devices during their stay.

2-1-1 - Call 211 or text "PSPS" to 211211. 211 is a free, 24/7, confidential service that provides information and resources to meet various basic needs, including temporary housing, food, transportation, and health care.

SCE’s Power Outage Awareness Map – Customers wishing to know whether a specific address or place is impacted by PSPS can type in the address in the address search box at the top of this webpage.

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What are the different types of outages?

Repair Outage

An outage caused by unexpected circumstances, such as traffic accidents or severe weather. We work to repair these outages quickly.

Maintenance Outage

A scheduled outage that occurs when we turn the power off for equipment upgrades. We notify you in advance if you will be affected by a maintenance outage.

Rotating Outage

An extremely rare, controlled power outage that we enact as a last resort when there is a statewide Stage 3 Emergency declared. Sometimes called a “rolling blackout.”

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Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) Event

During PSPS events, we proactively turn off power to help reduce the risk of wildfires. These events will primarily be called during extreme and potentially dangerous weather conditions. Turning off our customers’ power is not something we take lightly and we consider a number of factors before we make this decision.

We intend to notify affected customers approximately 48 hours in advance of a potential PSPS event and will attempt to notify customers again approximately 24 hours before power is shut off. Additional notifications will be made throughout the outage, when power has been shut off and when it has been restored. Notifications may occur via a combination of phone call, text, sce.com, email and social media. There may be situations which prevent us from providing advance notice due to weather conditions and other circumstances beyond our control.

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Current PSPS Status

When there is a high risk for a wildfire, we may temporarily shut off power to your neighborhood to prevent our electric system from becoming a source of ignition

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Current Public Safety Power Shutoffs

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Power Safety Shutoffs Being Considered

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Notes:

  1. Field & weather conditions change regularly. Real-time data may occasionally experience delay. Please check back for updates on recently impacted areas.
  2. Customer counts are based on county circuits. If a circuit expands beyond one county, customers will be counted in each county. This could result in an overcount. Final counts are available after events here.
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Did you get notified about extreme fire weather conditions?

Based on a number of factors, including forecasted extreme weather conditions, we may need to call a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) event and preemptively turn off power in your area in order to reduce the risk of wildfires.

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Check Maintenance Outage Status

If you received a notification from us about an outage in your area, enter your Outage Number below. You can find it on your notification.


 
We were unable to find an outage for the number entered. Please call us at 1-800-611-1911 so we can assist you.
 
Please enter valid outage number between 6 and 9 digits
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