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Monday Update: More than 3,000 without power in Nevada County

Update 1:11 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25:

The power outage in Penn Valley has been reduced to about 400 PG&E customers. Power should be restored to 200 more around 9 p.m. The estimated time of restoration for the rest is yet to be determined.

The outage in Alta Sierra has been reduced about 660 customers. An outage impacting 389 of those customers should end around 8 p.m. Another outage impacting 156 of those customers should end around 4 p.m. The estimated time of restoration for the rest is yet to be determined.

The outage impacting the area around Banner Lava Cap Road should see lights turn on around 9 p.m.



The outage impacting 350 customers in Nevada City has an estimated time of restoration of 4 p.m.

The outage impacting the Glenbrooke Basin has an estimated time of restoration as 9 p.m. The outage impacting 60 customers in the area of Eskaton Village does not have an estimated time of restoration.



Update 7:50 a.m. Monday, Oct. 25:

Power remains out for more than 3,000 PG&E customers in Nevada County, according to PG&E’s online outage map.

In the Penn Valley area, more than 1,000 customers are without power.

About 1,500 customers are without power in the Alta Sierra area.

More than 200 customers are without power in the area of Banner Lava Cap Road.

359 are without power in Nevada City, between Highway 49 and Lowerhills Road.

60 PG&E customers are without power in the area of Eskaton Village and another 28 customers are without power in the Glenbrooke Basin.


Update at 7:30 p.m.:

Over 1,000 PG&E customers are without power just south of Alta Sierra.

No estimated time of restoration is listed for this outage.

About 800 customers remain without power in the Penn Valley area.

Update at 4:53 p.m.:

The number of PG&E customers without power on Sunday in Nevada County dropped significantly, reports state.

Power was restored to much of the area along Highway 49, from Alta Sierra to Combie Road.

Update at 3:20 p.m.:

Over 5,600 PG&E customers on Sunday are without power in Nevada County, reports state.

As of 3:13 p.m., a PG&E repair crew was onsite working to restore power in an outage affecting 419 customers south of Highway 20 and west of La Barr Meadows Road. Their expected restoration time is 7 p.m.

PG&E reports state it is assessing the cause of current outages along Highway 49, from Alta Sierra to Combie Road; in the areas of Penn Valley and Rough and Ready; and west of Nevada City. Together, these outages affect over 3,300 customers, and no estimated restoration time is available.

PG&E has assigned a crew to assess some smaller outages, including between Penn Valley and Rough and Ready, and in Alta Sierra.

Update at 12:38 p.m.:

Over 5,400 PG&E customers on Sunday are without power in Nevada County, reports state.

As of 12:36 p.m., a restoration time of 2:38 p.m. was estimated for the outage stretching along Highway 49, from Alta Sierra to Combie Road.

The estimated restoration time for the 522-customer outage west of Nevada City was updated to 2:03 p.m.

Initially posted

Over 4,000 PG&E customers on Sunday are without power in Nevada County, reports state.

Over 2,100 customers in the areas of Penn Valley and Rough and Ready lost power at 5:51 a.m. Sunday. No time of restoration was available at 11:20 a.m.

Almost 2,000 customers stretching along Highway 49, from Alta Sierra to Combie Road, also have no power. No estimated restoration time is available.

Another 522 customers west of Nevada City lost power at 8:34 a.m. Their expected restoration time is 12:03 p.m. today.

Smaller pockets of outages are scattered throughout western Nevada County.


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