Emergency planning tips every Californian should know.
Do you have an emergency plan? Make sure your friends and family are also prepared!
Do you have an emergency plan? Make sure that you're prepared in case of an emergency or outage and spread the word by clicking above.
Have you signed up for outage alerts? Update your contact info at pge.com/mywildfirealerts
Do you have a ready-to-go bag with nonperishable food, one gallon of water per person per day, medications, flashlights and batteries? Download an emergency supply checklist.
If you own a generator, is it safe to operate? Download the generator safety fact sheet.
Have you mapped out a location for your family or roommates to meet in case you have to evacuate? Make sure to plan out a secondary location in case the primary location is inaccessible.
Do you have a personal safety plan for all members of your family, including your pets?
Are your mobile phones fully charged? Consider adding a battery-powered portable charger to your emergency kit in case your power is out.
Do you know how to open your garage door manually?
Download your emergency plan checklist
Hear how PG&E is improving Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) events this year.Learn more about PG&E's Community Wildfire Safety Program and how communities can plan and prepare for Public Safety Power
Emergency planning for seniors.Read below and then share this page with family, friends and neighbors so everyone is prepared for an emergency.
Prepare an emergency kit with these six easy steps.Preparing a supply kit is a vital part of any emergency plan. Hear from a safety specialist and learn what you need to pack.