LADWP Reports Power Outages on Westside

UPDATE: LADWP releases number of customers who were affected by last night’s wind event.

UPDATE 2: LADWP moves to Level 3

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) reports approximately 88,700 of its 1.4 million electric customers are experiencing power service interruptions as high winds continue throughout the Southland.

Approximately 83,000 of these customers are located in the Metro Area and the remaining 5,700 are in the San Fernando Valley.

The following communities are currently most impacted:

• Playa Del Rey
• Westchester
• Venice
• El Sereno
• Glassell Park
• Green Meadows
• Highland Park
• Eagle Rock
• Hollywood Hills
• Los Feliz
• Studio City
• Sherman Oaks
• Encino

LADWP crews continue working to restore power as quickly and safely as possible.

UPDATE:

Here’s a list of the Los Angeles neighborhoods affected by interruptions to service and the number of customers affected in each area.

WESTSIDE
Venice: 10,100
Del Rey: 7,800
Westchester: 7,200
Playa del Rey: 2,500

SOUTH
Green Meadows: 5,500
South Los Angeles: 6,100
Baldwin Hills/Crenshaw: 2,400

CENTRAL/DOWNTOWN
Hollywood: 4,400
Hollywood Hills: 5,800
Los Feliz: 5,100
Chinatown: 1,700
East Hollywood: 7,600

EASTSIDE/NORTHEAST
Highland Park: 13,000
El Sereno: 11,500
Glassell Park: 9,700
Eagle Rock: 6,400
Lincoln Heights: 3,000
Cypress Park: 9,300
Griffith Park: 5,200
Boyle Heights: 3,300

VALLEY
Van Nuys – 2,100

UPDATE 2:

Please be advised that due to the number of outages caused by the high winds, LADWP has gone to a Response Level 3. The Level 3 designation means it may take 24-48 hours for some customers to be restored. We have all available crews at work and have called in additional crews.

We want to continually stress the importance of safety and will continue to remind Los Angeles:

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