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Angels Camp Police Department
Wednesday July 31st, 2019 :: 01:21 p.m. PDT


During an Outage- Tips to Prepare for Potential PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoffs


July 31, 2019

The City of Angels Camp is re-posting the following press release regarding PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoffs to remind our community to prepare for potential prolonged power outages.


July 1, 2019

SUBJECT: During an Outage- Tips to Prepare for Potential PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoffs

CONTACT: Melissa Eads, City Administrator, Tel. (209)736-2181/


The City of Angels Camp reminds our community that it is important to be prepared and have a plan for PG&E’s Public Safety Power Shutoff program (PSPS). Prepare for outages that may occur at any time and may last several days. Visit for detailed information about preparing for power outages.

PG&E offers the following tips during a power outage:

• Unplug or turn off appliances, equipment and electronic to avoid damage caused by surges when power is restored
• Leave a single lamp on to alert you when the power returns. Then, turn your appliances on, one at a time.
• Typically, your refrigerator will keep food cold for about 4 hours and a full freezer will keep its temperature for about 48 hours, as long as the refrigerator and freezer doors are kept closed. Consider using coolers with ice to keep food cold and safe.
• Be sure to use generators, camp stoves, or charcoal grills outdoors only. Do not use a gas stove for heat.
• Check on your neighbors.

PG&E’s outages will occur in response to localized weather conditions and may not be fully known until the day of the event. The decision to turn off the power and the speed at which it is restored is planned and managed solely by PG&E. Citizens need to prepare for being without power for several days. PG&E will attempt to notify customers of PSPS outages through calls, texts, and emails using the contact information that PG&E has on file. Be sure your contact information is up-to-date with PG&E at



Go to for:

• Public Safety Power Shutoff Program
• Wildfire Safety
• Sign up for PG&E Wildfire Alerts
• Emergency Preparedness Kit
• Prepare for a Power Outage
• Public Safety Power Shutoff Fact Sheet
• PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff Policies and Procedures


• – Disaster preparedness information from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security – CAL FIRE’s wildfire preparedness website
• – Information on the CPUC’s wildfire safety efforts
• – California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services website – California Fire Safe Council website

Angels Camp Police Department
200 Monte Verda St
Angels Camp, CA 95222

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 209-736-2567

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