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So Cal Edison decides NOT to shut off power to customers West of Goleta, due to fire risk

Southern California Edison Co. has decided NOT to shut off power Saturday evening to customers from west of Goleta up the coast to Jalama Beach County Park.

So Cal Edison announced earlier this month, that weather patterns; winds, high temperatures and low humidity were the cause of the possible power shutoff.

However, they do want to warn residents that hot, dry and windy condition still exist.

To stay safe and alert go to

Click here for the latest on the outage and to be directed to So Cal Edison’s page.

or call SCE at 1-800-611-1911

We will continue to update when we receive more information.

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