Tuesday night strong wind and rain knocked trees into power lines causing equipment damage leading to power outages for about 95,000 customers. Our crews began restoration work immediately – and will continue to work around the clock until everyone is back on. We know being without power is a big deal. To help you plan, here is some additional information. We encourage you to check the map below for information on outages impacting your ZIP code or click Get an Update for information on your specific outage.
We expect customers located in the central and western regions (Portland, Hillsboro, Beaverton, Tigard, Lake Oswego, Wilsonville, Newberg and surrounding areas) to have power by midnight, Thursday, Jan. 14.
We expect customers located in the southern region (Salem, Keizer, Aurora and surrounding areas) to have power by late afternoon, Friday, Jan. 15.
We expect customers located in Oregon City, Molalla and Colton to have power by late afternoon, Friday, Jan. 15.
We expect customers located in the eastern region (Gresham, Sandy, Mt. Hood and surrounding areas) to have power by midnight, Saturday Jan. 16, due to the tree damage and landslides in this area.
As soon as restoration in one location is complete, our crews will move to other impacted areas so we can get the power back on for all customers as quickly as safety allows. For more information on what to do if your power is out, visit our Power Out resource page.
Only outages affecting 5 or more customers will appear on this list. If there are multiple outages in one ZIP code, this summary will report the most recent outage.
All of the information presented here is approximate and subject to change. While every effort is made to ensure the quality of the information, PGE makes no guarantee as to its accuracy, completeness or timeliness. Estimated restoration times are estimates only and we cannot guarantee that your power will be restored within the time frame shown.