Currently there are no rotating outages called for the PG&E service area
If the California Independent System Operator determines rotating outages are necessary, PG&E will start rotating outages at/within Block 1. If there have been rotating outages on prior days, PG&E will start at the next rotating outage block after the last block affected on the prior day.
Find Your Block Number
You can locate your rotating outage block number and sub-block number in the Electric Account Detail section of your bill, under the heading "Rotating Outage Blk." This number indicates the order in which your power will be interrupted in the event of a power emergency.
You can also view your Rotating Outage Block on the Rotating Outage Block map, by entering your address and clicking "Go." Your location and Outage Block will then display on the map.
If there is a power emergency, the details of the Outage Blocks affected will be posted on the http://www.pge.com/ home page.
Geographic Data Related to Rotating Outages
PG&E provides geographic information which outlines the boundaries of the rotating outage block areas within our service territory to public safety agencies, the public, the media and customers. We are providing this information to assist the public in preparing for potential rotating outages. Because electric circuits do not necessarily conform to street maps, the rotating outage boundary information is fairly general in nature. Moreover, this data represents a snapshot of our electric distribution configuration as it exists at this time. Because the electric system is a very dynamic, multifaceted operation, there may be variations in the outage areas at any given time due to subsequent construction, maintenance or other operational considerations as well as subsequent reconfiguration of the circuits. PG&E assumes no liability for any decisions made by any entity based on the use of this map or data.