March 19, 2020 – As of 7 a.m. today (Thursday, March 19), approximately 12,000 PG&E customers are without power due to the storm. These customers are primarily in Nevada, Placer, El Dorado, Sierra, Amador, Calaveras and Tuolumne counties.

We know that some customers have been without power for some time. We understand the hardship of this situation and want those customers to know our crews are working safely and as quickly as possible to restore their power.

More than 150 PG&E crews are working to restore power in these regions. Crews continue to work as conditions allow and areas become accessible with more crews on the way.

Low-elevation and often heavy snow results in many trees falling into PG&E’s electric equipment, causing significant damage and resulting in outages.

Outages by County (as of 7 a.m. on March 19)

El Dorado County
Camino 817
Cool 1
El Dorado 1
Fairplay 3
Garden Valley 255
Georgetown 427
Greenwood 1
Grizzly Flat 111
Kelsey 30
Kyburz 448
Little Norway 61
Mount Aukum 42
Omo Ranch 2
Pacific House 101
Placerville 887
Pollock Pines 2575
Shingle Springs 1
Somerset 226
Twin Bridges 64
TOTAL 6053

Nevada County
Grass Valley 158
Nevada City 1131
Washington 137
TOTAL 1426

Placer County
Alta 217
Auburn 2
Baxter 63
Colfax 362
Dutch Flat 62
Emigrant Gap 205
Foresthill 267
Gold Run 84
TOTAL 1262

Sierra County
Alleghany 29
Camptonville 322 (Yuba County)
Downieville 53
Goodyears Bar 63
Pike 7
Sierra City 292

Amador County
Pine Grove6
Calaveras County0
Angels Camp2
Camp Connell13
Rail Road Flat32
West Point122
White Pines2
Tuolumne County0
Cold Springs8
Long Barn36