Public Safety Power Shutoff for Unincorporated Parts of Santa Barbara County

Update – Sunday, September 8 at 11 AM

SCE has commenced patrolling the circuits that were de-energized the evening of Saturday, September 8, 2019. Once crews have patrolled the circuits and have determined that it is safe to restore power, then restoration efforts will commence as quickly and safely as possible.

Please note that Southern California Edison has deployed its Community Outreach Vehicle to lend support and provide information to the local community. The Community Outreach Vehicle is located at GIRSH PARK at 7050 PHELPS ROAD, GOLETA, 93117, near the corner of PHELPS ROAD and STORKE ROAD. For more information please visit website at WWW.SCE.COM/PSPS. If you see a downed power line, stay away, call 911, and report this to SCE at 1-800-611-1911.


Saturday, September 7 at 6:30 PM

Southern California Edison (SCE) has proactively turned off power to areas west of Goleta (east of Langtry Ave. and Seville Road near the Naples property to Jalama Beach County Park) to reduce the risk of fire. This outage may last several hours or days depending on the duration of the dry and windy weather and the time needed to ensure safe restoration of service. SCE is positioning a Community Response Vehicle (CRV) at Girsh Park in the City of Goleta with a limited number of charging stations and other supplies for residents without power. Stay alert to changing conditions. Only call 911 if you are having an emergency.

For more information, call SCE at 1-800-611-1911 or visit

For tips on what to do during a power outage and learn more about PSPS, go to

Contact Office of Emergency Management

4408 Cathedral Oaks Rd., Santa Barbara, CA 93110
Phone: 805-681-5526
UPDATE Tsunami Advisory has been cancelled
Adviso de Tsunami ha sido cancelada