To reduce wildfire threats and improve safety, PG&E is working together to bolster wildfire prevention, put in place new and enhanced safety measures, and harden the electric system over the long term.
Governor Brown and Legislative Leaders Partner to Bolster Climate Resilience and Improve Disaster Planning, Management and Response
PG&E wants to work together to share information, provide resources, and help our customers and communities prepare for and stay safe during extreme conditions.
PG&E is taking action and announcing a Community Wildfire Safety Program that will bolster our wildfire prevention and emergency response measures.
As part of its Respond, Rebuild, Resilience commitment to meeting the challenges of extreme weather resulting from climate change, PG&E has announced the launch of the next phase of the energy company’s support for its customers.
Video: Hear from PG&E arborist April Kennedy on the work that PG&E undertakes as part of its vegetation management program.
To support communities recovering from the wildfires, PG&E is offering its customers assistance in cutting down and hauling away larger wood from their property at no cost.
Prepare for stormy weather in advance with PG&E safety tips. Your safety is our first concern. There are many ways to prepare and keep safe during a storm. Learn how by reading our helpful tips.
Stay safe during an earthquake. You can do many things to keep your home and family safe during a major earthquake. Preparing for such an event is important. Know what to do before, during and after a disaster. Establish a plan for your family to help ensure their safety.