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Fairfield, CA Police Department
Thursday October 10th, 2019 :: 12:13 p.m. PDT


Fairfield Public Safety Power Shutoff Update 10/10/19

Good Afternoon Fairfield,

We just concluded a conference call with PG&E representatives. Here are some updates and information we were provided, along with updated information we would like to provide you.

Solano County hit wind speeds in the 50MPH range overnight. Despite this, the planned process to start inspecting infrastructure by PG&E is slated to begin this afternoon. We know everyone still without power needs and wants it back, but please continue to be patient and understand this timeframe was an estimation for starting the process, not the time power will return.

PG&E’s website is currently back up, but they provided an additional website for customers to use.

If you did lose power, it is strongly suggested you unplug your appliances and turn off all power switches. This could help prevent any damage to appliances and lights when the power comes back on.

If you are still impacted by the power outage, PG&E will be keeping their Community Resource Centers open until PG&E deems this Public Safety Power Shutoff event has concluded.

Food and refrigerated medication safety should be a consideration if you lost power. If this is a concern for anyone please visit Solano County Public Health at

The City’s NBR Water Treatment plant has full power again and systems are operating normally. Thank you to everyone who helped conserve water during the power outage. As always, we should be conscientious about water consumption, but go ahead and return to normal use of our high quality H2O!

While we are aware some residents may still not have power, it appears much of the city is back up and fully energized. We will continue to monitor conditions and ensure we have resources in place to assist you, but short of something changing drastically, our active messaging on the power shutdown will be gearing down. This is the last planned message to go out regarding the power shutdown unless something changes.

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Fairfield, CA Police Department
1000 Webster St
Fairfield, CA 94533

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 707-428-7300

Jausiah Jacobsen, Lieutenant
Public Information Officer

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