Staying safe in wildfire season

With wildfires becoming more frequent and intense throughout our region, protecting the communities we serve while providing safe, reliable power is our highest priority. Here’s what we’re doing and what you can do to stay prepared.

Stay informed during emergencies

Communication is a big part of staying safe. Please take a moment to update your contact information so we can reach you if we need to.

What we're doing to reduce wildfire risks

We are committed to taking every possible step to ensure that your power is safe and reliable—in wildfire season and every season.

What you can do to help protect your home

Take steps now to be prepared during wildfire season by keeping vegetation around your home trimmed and low and updating your emergency plans and supplies.

Public Safety Power Shutoff

When extreme weather conditions are present, we may proactively turn off power in specific, high-risk areas to keep communities safe. Learn about this wildfire mitigation measure and view a map.  

Create an emergency plan

With a simple plan and the right supplies, your family can be ready for an emergency.

Salt Lake City Foothills project

To provide safe, reliable service, we're planning to reconstruct a transmission line in the Salt Lake City Foothills to mitigate wildfire risk. 

Big Cottonwood Canyon project

Construction in Big Cottonwood Canyon will improve overhead power lines to mitigate wildfire threats along S.R. 190.

Millcreek Canyon project

The Millcreek Canyon Wildfire Mitigation project will relocate the overhead distribution lines underground within Millcreek Canyon Road.

Wildfire mitigation plans

See our progress

Safety checklist

Prepare your home

Staying safe year-round

See our brochure

Public Safety Power Shutoff

Review the handout