A Power Outage Alert will be issued during extreme weather or wildfire conditions. These shutoffs are determined by your local energy company and will be communicated by the Hayward Fire Department and the City of Hayward.
Current Public Safety Power Shutoff:
Date Issued: ****** Expected Duration: Unknown Hayward Impact: None Current update as of: **********
At this time there are no Public Safety Power Shutoffs planned for the City of Hayward or Fairview Fire Protection Districts.
Hayward and Fairview Fire Protection District residents are invited to call PG&E at 1-866-743-6589 or visit PG&E's website online for up-to-date information on the wind event and power outages.
PG&E POWER SHUTOFF WEBSITE Sign-up For City of Hayward Alerts
Map of Hayward areas impacted:
* This section will be active during a Public Safety Power Shutoff that impacts the City of Hayward or the Fairview Fire Protection District.
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Resources for Hayward Residents:
Cooling and Electronic Device Charging Centers
See below for additional information about Power Outage Alerts:
- Early Warning Notification – The City of Hayward will also send out alerts via our social media channels, direct emails, AC Alert and Nixle.
- Ongoing Updates – The City of Hayward will provide ongoing updates through social media, local news outlets and our website as we receive information from our local energy provider.
- Resources - The City of Hayward will provide information about resources available to the community. This includes cooling and charging center locations.
What will our alerts look like?
Social Media Alert:
Signup to receive alerts from the City of Hayward:
Public Safety Email List AC Alert
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- Fuel up your vehicles
- Have flashlights and fresh batteries on hand instead of candles
- Charge mobile phones, other devices and re-chargable batteries
- Stock up on water, ice and non-perishable food supplies for at least 72 hours
- sign up to get local emergency alerts on our website.
- Cargue combustible de vehículos.
Tenga linternas y baterías nuevas a mano en lugar de velas.
Cargue el teléfono móvil, otros dispositivos y baterías recargables.
Surtirse de agua, hielo y alimentos no perecederos durante al menos 72 horas.
Regístrese para recibir alertas locales de emergencia en nuestro sitio web.
Need to get caughtup on what is happening? Click Below:
- There are no alerts as of June 17, 2020.