UPDATE: Power Restored in Acalanes High School Area, Other Lafayette Neighborhoods (Updated 16:05 PDT 29 Oct 2019)
PG&E has informed the City of Lafayette that power has been restored to the area near Acalanes High School that was affected by the Tennis Club fire on Sunday. Likewise, other neighborhoods that have been without power as a result of recent PSPS and wind events have been restored. However, some customers are still without power. According to PG&E, that number in Lafayette is fewer than 25 customers. The City continues to work with PG&E to ensure power is restored as quickly as possible to all Lafayette residents.
PG&E is monitoring weather conditions and does not expect further PSPS events in Contra Costa County through next week. However, weather events are dynamic and could change at any time. Please remain prepared in the event that conditions change and there is a power outage affecting Lafayette.
When new information warrants it, updates will be posted to the City’s Website (https://www.lovelafayette.org/), social media sites, Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/lovelafayette/), Twitter (https://twitter.com/lovelafayette), and Nextdoor, as well as sent out as e-notifications (https://www.lovelafayette.org/city-hall/e-notification). Please make sure you are signed up for Lafayette Police Department alerts at http://nixle.us/lafayette-police-department. Other important resources can be found on the City’s PSPS Preparation webpage here: http://bit.ly/LafayettePSPS.
(Updated 16:05 PDT 29 Oct 2019)