Grays Harbor PUD replacing poles in one of the hardest hit local areas for outages

The PUD will conduct a planned power outage in the Cedarville-Oakville on July 24 at 6:00 pm, lasting through the night.

During the outage, multiple crews will work on transmission lines, including replacing several deteriorating power poles.

The outage will impact over 1600 PUD customers, including those on SR 12 from Porter east to the Grays Harbor-Thurston County line, including all residents of Porter and Oakville. The outage will also impact all customers on the South Bank Road, the Dunlap Road, Elma Gate Road, all homes on and roads served by the Capital Ridge, Garrard Creek and Delezene Roads and residents of the Chehalis Reservation west of Anderson Road.

The outage is scheduled to take 12 hours, but the PUD reminds residents that this is only an estimate and power could be restored at any time as work is completed.




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