Electricity restored to many communities, but 900 across county still without power

This story was updated at 6:45 a.m. Monday:

Power was restored to all but about 900 residents of San Luis Obispo County as of 6:30 a.m. Monday, according to PG&E.

Sunday, 9:45 p.m.:

Power has been restored to all residents in Avila Beach, Los Osos and Pismo Beach, and some residents in Atascadero, Grover Beach, Morro Bay who were impacted by outages Sunday night.

This brings the total number of those without power on the Central Coast down to approximately 5,917.

Arroyo Grande

▪  Parts of rural Arroyo Grande are without power from a series of outages that are impacting roughly 703 customers in the area. The majority of the customers impacted are in the Los Berros Road region, though smaller outages have been reported on the northeastern edges of town.


▪ Three neighborhoods in Atascadero were still experiencing outages Sunday night, leaving roughly 364 customers without power. The impacted areas are: Nogales Avenue, Cristobal Avenue and Santa Ysabel Avenue near El Camino Real.

Grover Beach

▪ A downed power line at 4th Street and Highway 1 knocked out power for roughly 2,032 customers. Crews are on scene assessing damage. The outage stretches from Oceano to North 12th Street in Grover Beach.

Los Osos

▪  More than 1,195 customers are without power in Los Osos as of 7:30 p.m.

Morro Bay

▪ 1,404 customers between Morro Bay and Cayucos are without power as of 9:45 p.m.. The outage is impacting residents along Highway 1 south of Torro Creek Road.


▪ 219 people in Nipomo were without power Sunday night, including a 124-home outage on Sandydale Drive.

Gabby Ferreira: 805-781-7858, @Its_GabbyF

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