Category Archives: SDG&E

4th Annual Poway Emergency Survival Fair – THIS SATURDAY!

This Saturday!  Come and spend a little time with us after you have shopped the Farmers Market and see all that is new to our fair this year!    Every 1/2 hour will be opportunity drawing for emergency supplies donated by some of our vendors.  There are things for families, singles, seniors even pets to see and do.   Come learn how to be smart and prepared, not scared, during an emergency.  See different resources available to help or maybe its your season to give back by donating your time and joining one of the many volunteer emergency organizations that will be participating.

Participate in the Communications Drill that will be going on during the fair by contacting your Neighborhood Emergency Coordinator;

  • Email
  • Phone
  • Text
  • Radio 
  • In person/Knock on door

2018 Emergency Survival Fair Flyer

 

SDG&E: Receive free energy alerts to keep your budget on track

Watch your energy use and costs with email or text alerts from SDG&E. Energy alerts can help you set monthly spending goals, track your progress and get automated alerts to stay in control and on budget. Alerts you can sign up for include:

  • Your pre-set spending goal was exceeded
  • Your pre-set electric or gas use level was exceeded
  • You’ve moved into a higher-priced electric tier
  • A weekly energy use summary with all this information plus energy saving tips

How to subscribe to alerts:

  • Log into My Account
  • Look for Alerts & Subscriptions at the top
  • Click on Alerts
  • Click on Subscribe next to the type of alert
  • Select the email addresses and phone numbers to receive alerts

To learn more, visit sdge.com/alerts.

2017 Poway Emergency Fair Photos

The 2017 Poway Emergency Fair was well-attended and a great source of information on emergency preparedness. In addition to First Responders, community service organizations, and local providers of products and services, Amateur Radio operators conducted an “Extreme Fair Weather Drill” to demonstrate the use of Ham Radio in an emergency.