Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS)
PSPS Event: December 2 - 4
Visit SCE's website here for PSPS impacted areas.
Community Resource Center
The Jessie Turner Center (15556 Summit Ave.) will be activated as a Community Resource Center from December 3 - 5 from 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. SCE Community Resource Centers are available to support customers during Public Safety Power Shutoffs. Customer Resiliency Kits are provided, which include PSPS information, light snacks, water, small resiliency devices, and personal protection equipment.
What is a Public Safety Power Shutoff?
What You Can Do
Preparing for an Outage
During an Outage
Traffic Signals Without Power
Downed Power Lines and Fallen Trees:
For emergencies such as downed power lines, call 9-1-1 immediately. To report downed trees and other large debris in the roadway during normal business hours, call the Public Works Department at (909) 350-6760. For emergencies after hours, please contact the Fontana Police Department at (909) 350-7700 and a standby crew will be dispatched.
Residents can also report these issues through Access Fontana here.
Community Meeting Q&A 2019
The City of Fontana, alongside the Fontana Chamber of Commerce and Southern California Edison, held a Public Safety Power Shutoffs Community Meeting on Wednesday, November 13 to address public concerns and allow for residents to meet with SCE, City of Fontana, and San Bernardino County representatives.
Attendees submitted questions on index cards for SCE and the City of Fontana. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we worked to compile and answer the questions.