PG&E invites Lassen, Tehama, Shasta, and Glenn counties to a Regional Wildfire Safety Webinar to discuss PG&E’s wildfire prevention efforts

Pacific Gas and Electric hosts a virtual event to share local wildfire safety progress, new programs in 2022 and steps customers can take to prepare

To help keep customers and communities safe in the face of the growing wildfire risk across the state, PG&E is continuing to evolve its wildfire safety program to reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfires.

As part of these efforts, PG&E is hosting a wildfire safety webinar for Lassen, Tehama, Shasta, Lassen and Glenn county residents from 5:30 to 7 p.m,. Wednesday, May 25, to share its wildfire prevention plans for 2022 and listen to customer feedback. PG&E experts will provide a brief presentation, after which participants will have the opportunity to ask questions.

The event can be accessed through the link or dial-in below or through PG&E’s website,

Click this link to join:

Attendee Dial-in: 888-942-9685

Conference ID: 8081345

During the webinar event, the PG&E team will discuss:

  • PG&E’s wildfire prevention efforts.
  • Resources to help customers and communities before, during and after wildfire safety outages.
  • Improvements and updates to PG&E’s safety technology and tools.

Closed captioning will be available in English, Spanish and Chinese and dial-in numbers will be available for those who aren’t able to join online.

For the full webinar events schedule, additional information on how to join, recordings and presentation materials from past events, and to learn more about PG&E’s Community Wildfire Safety Program, visit

More information and resources to help you and your family prepare for and stay safe in the event of an emergency can be found at

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