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Sign Up for Wildfire Alerts

PG&E wants you to be prepared in the event of an emergency. Sign up for alerts at pge.com/mywildfirealerts, so we can notify you if we need to temporarily shut off power in an emergency.

PG&E's Network of Weather Stations

Video: To help us monitor and respond to dangerous weather, PG&E is adopting new safety precautions like our network of weather stations.

Read about Hear from a PG&E Arborist

Hear from a PG&E Arborist

Video: Hear from PG&E arborist April Kennedy on the work that PG&E undertakes as part of its vegetation management program.

Wildfire Safety Operations Center

Video: To address the growing wildfire threat, PG&E has opened a 24/7 Wildfire Safety Operations Center, part of our Community Wildfire Safety Program.

Read about First Responders and PG&E

First Responders and PG&E

Video: Hear how PG&E and the Fresno Fire Department work together to keep our communities safe.

Additional Media

Protecting Neighborhoods from the Threat of Wildfires (PDF)

With new wildfires threatening our local communities, PG&E is partnering with our customers in high fire-threat areas to accelerate and expand our vegetation management work. We will be examining and addressing critical vegetation across 7,100 miles of power lines.

Do you live in a high fire-threat area? (PDF)

Given the severe threat of wildfire facing our state today, PG&E is accelerating and expanding its robust vegetation work in high fire-threat areas to help keep local neighborhoods safe.

Read about PG&E Starts to Replace Underground Electric and Gas Lines in Coffey Park

PG&E Starts to Replace Underground Electric and Gas Lines in Coffey Park (PDF)

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

Read about Still Here to Help

Still Here to Help (PDF)

At PG&E our first commitment is to our customers who have been impacted by these extraordinary wildfires.

Five of the most destructive wildfires in the state's history burned between October and December 2017. Red about Our new normal

Our New Normal (PDF)

To be successful in this new normal, we must continue to work together.

Read about There is No Green Energy Without a Green Grid

There is No Green Energy Without a Green Grid (PDF)

A green energy future is within our reach. Let’s work together to get there.

Read about What Will it Take to Withstand Climate Change

What Will it Take to Withstand Climate Change? (PDF)

Fighting back against climate change is no small task. But with 23,000 employees and 100 years of energy experience, PG&E is ready to help build a brighter future for California.

Read about Here to Help

Here to Help (PDF)

We will be with our customers every step of the way towards rebuilding the communities that we are privileged to serve.

Read about Keeping Our Eyes On the Forest and the Trees

Keeping Our Eyes On the Forest and the Trees (PDF)

At PG&E, we are working every day to protect the safety of our power lines.

Read about When 129 Million Trees Fall In the Forest Everyone Will Hear It

When 129 Million Trees Fall In the Forest Everyone Will Hear It (PDF)

Years of historic drought and bark beetle infestation have caused the number of dead and dying trees in California to reach catastrophic levels.

Read about PG&E Will Work as Long as It Takes to Help Restore Our Communities

PG&E Will Work as Long as It Takes to Help Restore Our Communities (PDF)

As we begin the extensive rebuilding process after the extraordinary Northern California fires, we understand that now, more than ever, we must be there for our friends, neighbors and employees who call Northern California home.

Read about The Road to Recovery

The Road to Recovery (PDF)

Our message to the community and our customers is a simple one: no matter how long it takes, we will be there with you.

Read about Thank you First Responders

Thank You First Responders (PDF)

We are deeply grateful to these firefighters, sheriff’s deputies, police officers, National Guard troops, paramedics and other first responders. Their courage and sacrifice are remarkable.