No. A Public Safety Power Shutoff, (PSPS) occurs in response to severe weather. We turn off power to help prevent wildfire and keep communities safe. Multiple factors are at play when deciding to turn off your power and we take the decision very seriously.
Although you may not live or work in a high fire-threat area or an area experiencing high winds, your power may be shut off if your home or business relies on a line that runs through an area with severe weather. Play the PSPS Overview Video to learn about these types of events.
In addition, visit the PSPS Support page to learn about resources we have available to support you during an event to minimize the impact to your health or safety.