Tulong Pangnapaakalaking Sunog
Kung naapektuhan kayo ng isang kamakailan lamang ng napakalaking sunog at nangangailangan ng tulong, mangyaring bisitahin ang aming pahina. Para sa napapanahon at wastong mga pinakahuling balita ukol sa kalagayan ng napakalaking sunog at mga mapagkukunan ng mga may kaugnayan sa kaligtasan, mangyaring bisitahin ang pahina na Sentro para sa Tulong.
Our response to COVID-19
We’ve made some changes due to COVID-19, including suspending service disconnections for residential and small business customers for nonpayment and only continuing critical work needed to protect public safety and reduce the risk of wildfires. If you have recently lost your job, even if you are receiving unemployment benefits, you may qualify for a reduced energy rate through our CARE or FERA programs. Ways to Stay Connected During a Power Outage

Important Tips for Working Safely

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Call 811 Before You Dig

Every digging job needs to start with a call to 811. From small projects, like planting trees or shrubs, to construction jobs, call a few days ahead so utility lines can be marked.

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Look Up & Look Out

When you’re working outdoors, remember to look up and look out for power lines. Any contact with a power line can seriously hurt you, or even kill you.

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Downed Power Line? Call 911

Always consider power lines “live” or energized. Only trained electrical workers can determine when it’s safe to be around power lines and wires. Never touch or even approach a power line.

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Tips: Working Safely Around Electricity