Public Safety Power Shutoff

What is a Public Safety Power Shutoff ?

During a threat of extreme weather or wildfire conditions, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) may turn off power for a period of time as a safety precaution.

UPDATE 15: October 29, 3:30 PM

The Wave will reopen this afternoon at 4:00 p.m. for normal programming.      

UPDATE 14: October 28, 6:15 PM

We've received maps from PG&E that show NO IMPACT to Dublin during this next PSPS.  However, this is subject to change, so be prepared by charging devices just in case.  Check your address at:  The Wave continues to be closed due to the fact that the pool's heater and chemicals need to return to normal levels before it can reopen.

UPDATE 13: October 28, 5:10 PM

We've received maps from PG&E that show NO IMPACT to Dublin during this next PSPS.  However, this is subject to change, so be prepared by charging devices just in case.  Check your address at:  

UPDATE 12: October 28, 4:45 PM - NEXT PSPS EVENT

Another Public Safety Power Shutoff is anticipated to be implemented by PG&E beginning Tuesday, October 29, at approximately 4:30 a.m., until midday on Wednesday, October 30.  This episode should be less intense, but in the same general areas as the last.  Check your address at:

UPDATE 11: October 27, 8:00 PM

PG&E is currently monitoring another severe wind event for Tuesday and Wednesday that could affect dozens of counties throughout Northern and Central California.  The City of Dublin will follow this closely and provide updates as we receive them.  

UPDATE 10: October 27, 4:15 PM

Internet service has been restored at the Dublin Senior Center.  The Center will be open tonight until 9:00 p.m., and will reopen tomorrow at 7:00 a.m.    

UPDATE 8: October 27, 9:15 AM

Much of Dublin has lost power, but it does not appear to be a result of the planned power shutoff. The Dublin Senior Center has also lost power, so it cannot be used as a Community Resource Center. Check back for further information. 

UPDATE 7: October 27, 9:00 AM

The Wave has been affected by the power shutoff.  There will be no programming until further notice.

PG&E has NOT yet set up a Community Resource Center at the Dublin Library.  We will confirm whether or not they still indent to do so. In the meantime, the Dublin Senior Center will be open for those affected by the power shutoff to cool off, relax, and power up portable devices.:

Sunday, October 27, 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Monday, October 28, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

UPDATE 6: October 26, 9:05 PM

Portions of Dublin and surrounding communities are now without power due to a planned Public Safety Power Shutoff by PG&E.  To keep abreast of developments, please check back at this site or follow the City of Dublin on Twitter at @dublinPIO and sign up for alerts by texting "Dublin" or "94568" to 888777.  Reminder: Please call 9-1-1 ONLY in case of emergency.

UPDATE 5: October 26, 2019, 6:00 PM

The City of Dublin has been informed that the Public Safety Power Shutoff will not begin until after 8:00 p.m. this evening.  

UPDATE 4: October 26, 2019, 4:15 PM

This weekend's planned Public Safety Power Shutoff will result in dozens of traffic light outages throughout Dublin and other communities.  Proceed with caution as some signals have batteries or generators, others don’t.  Please treat all intersections as a four-way stop sign.

Dublin Police Services will also have extra patrols on duty monitoring neighborhoods, shopping centers, and roadways.

UPDATE 3: October 26, 2019, 1:05 PM

The end time of the planned PG&E Public Safety Shutoff has been modified for the San Francisco Bay Area.  The shutoff is expected to end 14 hours earlier on Monday, October 28, at midnight (late Sunday).  However, additional time will be required for PG&E to get power turned on again.  

PG&E will also open an air-conditioned Community Resource Center tent in the back parking lot of the Dublin Library (200 Civic Plaza) on Sunday morning, October 27, featuring charging stations, free Wi-Fi, water, and snacks to serve those affected by the planned power shutoff. 

Community Resource Center Fact Sheet

UPDATE 2: October 25, 2019, 4:50 PM

During the planned Public Safety Power Shutoff, the Dublin Senior Center will offer extended operating hours through Monday, October 28, so that residents without power can cool off and relax in the air-conditioned facility, and power personal devices.  The Senior Center will be open:

Saturday, October 26, 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Sunday, October 27, 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Monday, October 28, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

October 25, 2019, 12:00 PM

PG&E will be disconnecting power to over 57,000 residences and businesses in Alameda County, including homes and businesses in Dublin, starting Saturday, October 26, at about 5:00 p.m.  

Based on the information we've received from PG&E, possible neighborhoods and businesses which could be without power include Wallis Ranch, Tassajara Hills, Dublin Ranch, and other neighborhoods bordering Tassajara Road (including portions of Sorrento); neighborhoods and businesses along Dublin Boulevard between Tassajara Road and Hacienda Drive; portions of Grafton Station and Grafton Plaza; Persimmon Place; portions of The Boulevard; eastern portions of Camp Parks; neighborhoods in the Dublin Transit Center near East Dublin/Pleasanton BART station; and California Highlands and Schaefer Ranch in West Dublin.  

To find out if your home or business will be affected, please visit:  

Power is expected to be off for more than 48 hours, with additional time required to get power back on. We encourage you to find alternative energy sources for light, charging devices, and other necessities. Plan ahead with food and water, and make sure your grab-and-go emergency kits are ready.

To receive timely updates, sign up to receive alerts by going to You may also sign up to receive text messages from Dublin Police Services through Nixle.  Simply text "Dublin" or the City's zip code - 94568 - to 888777 to receive free alerts.   

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Other tips: 

  • Have a personal safety plan in place for every member of your household (including pets).
  • Plan for any medical needs like medications that need to be refrigerated or devices that require power.
  • Build or restock your emergency supply kit, including food, water, flashlights, a radio, fresh batteries, first aid supplies, and cash.
  • Identify backup charging methods for phones.
  • Learn how to manually open your garage door.
  • If you own a backup generator, ensure it is ready to safely operate.