UPDATE: CAVE JUNCTION, Ore.--- Pacific Power which was closely monitoring the strong gusty winds for the red flag warning has lifted the Public Safety Power Shutoff that had been in effect since 7 a.m.
The PSPS watch covered the communities of Selma, Dryden, Kerby, Cave Junction, Holland, O’Brien, Takilma and Happy Camp. Approximately 5,800 customers were in the PSPS watch area.
CAVE JUNCTION, ORE. — Pacific Power is closely monitor weather in high-fire risk areas in the Illinois Valley and Happy Camp.
The Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) watch will remain in effect from Sunday, October 25, until 8 p.m.
The PSPS watch covers the communities of Selma, Dryden, Kerby, Cave Junction, Holland, O’Brien, Takilma and Happy Camp. Approximately 5,800 customers are in the PSPS watch area.
Pacific Power encourages customers to be prepared making sure contact information is updated and the company has your correct phone number and email address on file.
Customers have been notified of the watch through phone calls, email and text messages. Customers under the PSPS watch area will receive an additional update once the PSPS watch concludes or if conditions warrant a PSPS.
Customers can use the interactive map at www.pacificpower.net/psps to see if they are located in a PSPS area.