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Scheduled Power / Water Outages


Outage Date 



Reason for Outage/Comments

Buildings Affected 

 FOS   6/23/2017, FRI  Power 0800-1700 Tapping of Medium Voltage Cable on Existing CJP for New Install Transformer Tower 2602. Work to be Performed by USACE & Assisted by GF WC-3052. 21, 21C, 22, 22C, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 41R, 1411, 1412, 1413, 1414, 1416, 1417, 1418, 2602, 2602A, 2604, 2615
 FOS  6/24/2017, SAT  Power 0800-1600 Transformer PMI @ TH-12A, TH-12B, TH-16A, 1000TS, 1006TS, 1017TS, 1018TS. Work to be Performed by M&R WC-3052. 453, 453A, 453B, 453C, 456, 464, 495, 496, 497, 499, 1000, 1001, 1005, 1006, 1008, 1009, 1010, 1012, 1011, 1017, 1018
recommendations to prepare yourself for power outages

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The following are recommendations to prepare yourself for the day and other important information you may need to know:

Recommend having cash on hand if you want to go to the few establishments that will be open.

Fill up your vehicle with fuel prior.

Fill up your propane tank if you plan on grilling!

Charge your cell phones and batteries.

Remember automatic garage door openers won’t work while the electricity is out.

Don't forget to take your house key with you if you leave!

If you have any medical concerns because of this upcoming outage, please contact your doctor for guidance on whether or not you should plan to go to a medical treatment facility or somewhere else with air conditioning (e.g. Windward Mall, etc.) for the duration of this outage.

Prior to the power outage, disconnect power source from computers, printers (standalone and network), copiers, multi-function devices, fax machines and other peripherals such as external hard drives and DVD/CD drives.

Prior to the power outage, properly disconnect sensitive appliances, such as, televisions, microwaves, advanced-technology washers and dryers, electronic game consoles, fans, lamps, etc., to avoid potential power-surge damage when electricity is restored.

Do not attempt to place personal generators on the base grid!

Call 9-11 for all emergencies; call 645-7441 for nonemergency police matters.

Do not attempt to pull a fire alarm in a building; the signal will not reach the fire department.