Power outages occur for various reasons. Outages may be attributed to storms, vehicle accidents, contact with underground wires, fallen trees or wildlife. In most cases, a power outage impacts a small number of customers and is restored quickly. Check out our Media Releases for more storm information!
When widespread outages occur, LCEC employees respond as quickly as possible. The automated outage system tracks customer calls, and field crews are dispatched to the impacted area. In the rare event of an outage, safely restoring power in a timely manner continues to be one of our corporate goals. Restoration begins with repairs that will restore service to the largest number of customers in the least amount of time. Transmission lines and substations are repaired first, followed by distribution lines that feed neighborhoods; tap lines and individual service lines are then repaired to restore power to individual customers who may still be without power.
This outage map is provided as a courtesy to keep customers informed. The outage map is for informational purposes only. Outage numbers are estimates at the time the map is updated and accuracy is not guaranteed for official publication purposes. Please contact the LCEC public relations department for media or official agency inquiries.
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