As of 9 p.m. Saturday, 26,900 PG&E customers in the Sierra Foothills will be without power. This will impact portions of Butte, Yuba, Nevada, El Dorado and Placer Counties. 

If you're included, don't panic. But do be extra vigilant as you're driving - stoplights will also be affected. 

There are several resources you can access, some of which have been established by PG&E. 

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WHERE POWER WILL BE SHUT OFF

  • Butte County: Portions of Paradise, Oroville, Bangor, Forest Ranch, Chico, Berry Creek, Palermo 
  • Yuba County: Portions of Browns Valley, Oregon House, Marysville, Wheatland, Rackerby 
  • Nevada County: Portions of Auburn, Grass Valley, Smartville, Rough and Ready, Penn Valley 
  • El Dorado County: Portions of Pilot Hill, Greenwood, Georgetown, Cool 
  • Placer County: Portions of Lincoln
  • PG&E information by address look-up tool available HERE.

Each of the Counties has been active on social media, hoping to get the word out to residents to prepare and update their information with the utility so they receive updates. 

NEVADA COUNTY 

PG&E will open a Customer Response Center with water, air conditioning, charging stations, and customer care staff on Sunday, June 9 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Sierra College in Grass Valley. ADDRESS: 250 Sierra College Drive, Grass Valley, CA.

BUTTE COUNTY 

PG&E will open a Customer Response Center with water, air conditioning, charging stations, and customer care staff on Sunday, June 9 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m at Harrison Stadium in Oroville. ADDRESS: 1674 3rd Avenue, Oroville, CA. 

YUBA COUNTY 

ABC10 search all of the Yuba County social media sites but was unable to find information about a PG&E Customer Response Center. However, County officials have established a website to post updates and tips during the power shut off. 

On the site, the County said that it is working to "establish additional medical and cooling centers beyond the Alcouffe Center. These centers will be opened only as power is shut off and are intended for those who are medically fragile or have power-related medical needs."

The County also noted that the multi-purpose area of Wheatland High School and the Alynn Scott Youth Community Center in Marysville may open to residents. Check here for updates.

EL DORADO COUNTY 

ABC10 search all of the El Dorado County social media sites but was unable to find information about a PG&E Customer Response Center specific to the area. The County did, however, share a Tweet warning residents that they may face up to three days without power and to plan accordingly. 

For more updates specific to the County, the best bet may be to check their Facebook page, where they have been sharing updates and tips. 

PLACER COUNTY

ABC10 search all of the Placer County social media sites but was unable to find information about a PG&E Customer Response Center specific to Placer County. However, they did push residents to visit the center located in Grass Valley. That will be open on Sunday, June 9 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Sierra College. ADDRESS: 250 Sierra College Drive, Grass Valley, CA.

For more updates specific to Placer County, the best bet may be to check their Facebook page, where they have been sharing updates and tips.