The safety of our customers, employees and the communities we serve is our highest priority. Over the past decade, we have invested more than $3 billion in a variety of safety measures to prevent catastrophic wildfires. We are committed to our communities and will continue to strengthen our infrastructure, weather technology and data analysis, and our partnerships and communications with local organizations and municipalities. Learn more about our wildfire prevention and mitigation activities in our 2023 Wildfire Mitigation Plan. You can also check out our Wildfire Safety Fact Sheet.
7-Day PSPS Potential
- Not Planned / Normal: A Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) is not expected at this time.
- PSPS Watch: A Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) is possible in the region. Current weather conditions and other factors show that there is a potential for critical wildfire risk in the region, which may require us to shut off power in select areas as a last resort for public safety.
- PSPS Warning: A Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) is likely in the region. Current weather conditions and other factors show that there is critical wildfire risk in the region, which will likely require us to shut off power in select areas as a last resort for public safety.
To learn more about Public Safety Power Shutoffs, visit sdge.com/psps.
2022 Wildfire Safety
SDG&E continues to enhance its already robust wildfire safety measures by adding additional tools and advancements that will help reduce potential ignitions and customers impacts.
Avances de seguridad contra incendios forestales de 2022
SDG&E continúa mejorando sus ya sólidas medidas de seguridad contra incendios forestales al agregar herramientas y advances adicionales que ayudarán a reducer las posibles igniciones y los impactos en los clientes.
2021 Wildfire Safety Fairs
More than 2,000 cars rolled through SDG&E’s 2021 Drive-Thru Wildfire Safety Fairs in preparation for wildfire season.
Wildfire Emergency Preparedness
Take steps to prepare for a wildfire now.
Know what to do before a power outage occurs.
PSPS Restoration Process
Learn the process SDG&E goes through to restore power after a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS).
Air Assists and
Our Aviation Team
Learn about our helicopters, drones, incident command vehicles, partners and team that help keep communities safe before, during and after a Public Safety Power Shutoff.