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SDG&E Services during COVID-19 Stay at Home Order

Update on SDG&E Services
COVID-19 Stay at Home Order

Stay at Home Order
On March 19, Governor Newsom ordered all Californians to stay at home in an effort to slow the transmission and contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. The order exempts Californians working in 16 federally identified critical infrastructure sectors, including the Energy Sector. Under Governor Newsom’s order, work necessary to the operation and maintenance of gas and electric systems is so vital to the United States that its incapacitation or destruction would have a debilitating effect on security, national economic security, national public health or safety, or any combination thereof.w

Necessary Work
As a provider of critical infrastructure services, it is imperative during this pandemic that SDG&E and its contractors are permitted to perform work necessary to operate and maintain the systems and networks that provide power to our customers. This work may include survey, field and construction work as well as vegetation management and other maintenance services. We look forward to working with you to ensure that your residents continue to receive safe and reliable energy service as they shelter in place.

Safety Precautions
In accordance with county health restrictions, our workers will practice appropriate social distancing whenever possible and will utilize recommended hygiene measures, including the use of personal protective equipment as needed.

If you have any questions, please contact the Pala Environmental Department.

Pala Environmental Department
For more information contact the Pala Environment Department:
760-891-3510 | |

Pala Band of Mission Indians
For more information contact the Pala Band of Mission Indians:
760-891-3500 |

Governor’s Executive Order