Outages are listed by county where more than 5 customers are without power.
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Last updated 12/18/2018 10:30 PM
Only outages affecting 5 or more customers will appear on this list. If there are multiple outages in one zip code, this summary will report the most recent outage. For details on an outage at your home, sign in to your account.
All of the information presented here is approximate and subject to change. While every effort is made to ensure the quality of the information, PGE makes no guarantee as to its accuracy, completeness or timeliness. Estimated restoration times are estimates only and we cannot guarantee that your power will be restored within the time frame shown.
About estimated restoration times
PGE takes many steps to help prevent power outages. But when they do occur, our crews respond immediately to make repairs. We realize if you lose power, you’ll want to know how soon it will be restored. We initially set every estimated restoration time to about 2 hours, 15 minutes from the time the first call is received. This figure is based on average outage restoration times in PGE service territory. The first hour is the time it generally takes for a crew to reach an outage location. Once a crew arrives on the scene and evaluates the situation, we refine the estimated restoration time based on the actual outage circumstances.
Occasionally, restoration times will show as “Not Available”. This happens usually during major storms when there are large numbers of outages and severe weather conditions complicate repair efforts. These circumstances prevent us from providing repair estimates. But be assured that PGE is working to restore your power as quickly as possible. During major storms, we call in extra crews and work overtime to get the job done.