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PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff Tips and Resources

Although it does not appear any of our schools will be impacted by the PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff at this time, we understand the outage may impact our students and staff members.  We have compiled a list of resources and tips from the City of San Jose and PG&E to help you during current or future outages.

 

Online Resources: 

 
 

What to do after the power goes off:

  • Unplug or turn off appliances, equipment and electronics to avoid damage caused by surges when the power is restored.
  • Leave a single lamp on to alert you when the power returns. Then, turn your appliances on, one at a time.
  • Be sure to use generators, camp stoves or charcoal grills outdoors only. Do not use a gas stove for heat.
  • For food safety tips, the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services has a detailed list at their site: Food Safety During A Power Outage

City Resource Centers:

Additionally, the City of San José will activate the following as City Resource Centers from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 9 for the duration of the event:

  • Camden Community Center 3369 Union Ave. San José, CA 95124 PH: (408) 559-8555
  •  Mayfair Community Center 2039 Kammerer Ave. San José, CA 95116 PH: (408) 794-1060 
  • Southside Community Center 5585 Cottle Rd. San José, CA 95123 PH: (408) 629-3336 
 

Community Resource Centers will provide those in need with individual drinking water (not bulk), snacks and the ability to charge electronic devices (including base medical devices).