CRESCENT CITY, CA - With continued wildfire activity impacting transmission lines, Pacific Power has de-energized its transmission lines serving the Crescent City, Hamburg and Scott Bar areas for the safety of the public and emergency responders.
At this time, a full restoration timeline is yet to be determined for Crescent City, Hamburg and Scott Bar. Customers should continue to prepare for multiple days without power. Pacific Power is closely monitoring all fire activity in the region and will turn the power back on for customers when it is safe.
Crescent City, California
Pacific Power, in coordination with the Del Norte County Emergency Operations Center (EOC), brought additional generators that are providing power to approximately 4,000 customers in Crescent City and surrounding areas. Additional generators continue to be brought into the area and the company is prioritizing generators to power essential services including the hospital, grocery stores, gas stations, pharmacies, large retail stores, restaurants, and hotels and to provide power to Medical Baseline Program customers.
Pacific Power has set up two community resource centers (CRCs) (open 8 a.m. – 10 p.m.) for impacted customers that need assistance (charging electronics, receiving information, water, Wi-Fi, air conditioning, non-perishable snacks, seating, security, etc.).
Hamburg and Scott Bar, California
Pacific Power brought in a generator that is providing power to approximately 240 customers in Scott Bar, California.
Pacific Power has set up a community resource center (CRC) (open 8 a.m. – 10 p.m.) for impacted customers that need assistance (charging electronics, receiving information, water and ice, Wi-Fi, air conditioning, non-perishable snacks, seating, security, etc.).
Pacific Power will closely monitor fire activity in all areas and turn the power back on when it is safe. Customers will receive regular updates on the emergency outage via email and text message.
For more details, visit: PacificPower.net/Outages