Ensure that your family knows what to do in the case of extreme weather, a natural disaster or another potentially dangerous event. Such events can happen quickly and catch you off guard, so make it a priority to create an emergency plan today.
All members of your household should know what to do in the event of an emergency—especially since everyone may not be together.
Stock up on enough supplies to last a week. Put the items in waterproof containers and store them in a place that’s easy to reach.
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Forecasters predict that big storms are coming. Find out what you can do to be prepared.
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Safety During an Emergency
Storms and other events can sometimes cause power outages. During and after such an event, keep away from flooded areas and downed trees since they could hide downed power lines that are energized. If you see a downed line, call 911 immediately and then call PG&E at 1-800-743-5002.
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Sign Up for Outage Alerts
Stay informed by signing up for outage alerts. We’ll contact you if there’s an outage in your area and let you know when we expect power to come back on. Choose to be notified by text, phone or email. Get started by logging in to your PG&E account and setting your notification preferences.
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