Rotating outage map
Currently there are no rotating outages and none are planned. Should we need to implement rotating outages due to active wildfires or regional power emergencies, this page will be updated to show which sections are impacted. Rotating outages help protect the stability of our power grid and lower the risk of widespread outages.
Each outage lasts approximately 1 hour, then rotates to another neighborhood. More than one section may experience an outage at the same time.
Find your section
Should we need to implement rotating outages, the sections at the top of this list will experience outages first.
Last updated at 10:21 AM August 17th
SMUD is providing you with this geographic information of our rotating outage sections. This information can help you prepare for potential rotating outages. It’s a current snapshot of the status of our distribution systems and is general in nature because our electric circuits don’t always conform to street maps. Due to real-time variations of construction, maintenance or other considerations, accuracy of this information is not guaranteed. Not every customer may be impacted during a rotating outage. SMUD will apportion its available supply of electricity among all customers in the manner SMUD deems most reasonable under the circumstances. SMUD assumes no liability for any decisions made by any entity based on the use or reliance of this information.