Saturday, November 28th, 9:35am: Power has been restored to all of San Juan, Henry and Pearl Islands.
Saturday, November 28th, 8:30am: Power is out in a large part of San Juan Island. This outage starts in parts of Town and goes out through Roche Harbor, including Henry and Pearl Island. Our crew has been dispatched and we will update the website and phone as we have more information.
Saturday, November 28th, 7:55am: We are currently experiencing a power outage on San Juan Island that goes from Egg Lake Rd up to Roche Harbor. Our crew has been dispatched and there is no estimated time of restoration.
11/25: Thanks to our OPALCO crews who got the power back on for us this morning. We had a number of big tree limbs in the lines – power was out on Shaw, Crane, Canoe and Orcas. The winds were high and water too rough to navigate overnight – crews had to wait until morning to get to some areas
Wednesday, November 25th, 7:50am: Power has been restored to Shaw, Crane and Canoe Island.
Wednesday, November 25th, 6:45am: We are still experiencing an outage on all of Shaw Island, Crane Island and Canoe Island. Our crew has been dispatched and there is no estimated time of restoration. We will update the phone and website as we have more information.
Wednesday, November 25th, 2:35am: Power has been restored to all of Orcas Island. There is no restoration time for Shaw, Crane and Canoe Islands. We will update the phone and website when we have more information.
Wednesday, November 25th, 1:55am: Restoration time for the outage on Orcas Island is approximately 4:00am.
Wednesday, November 25th @ 1:30am: There are currently multiple outages on Orcas Island including the Ferry Landing, Deer Harbor and Eastsound on Main St. The crews have been dispatched and we will be updating this message as information becomes available. The outage on Shaw and Crane Islands continue with no updates.
Tuesday, November 24th @ 11:50pm: We are currently experiencing an outage on all or most of Shaw and Crane Island. The crew has been notified. Due to conditions on the water, they will wait until morning to assess the situation. There is no estimated time of restoration.
Tuesday, November 24th @ 7:30, Power has been restored to Lopez Island.
Tuesday, November 24th@ 5:50pm, We are currently experiencing an outage on Lopez Island affecting Humphrey Head and Pt Stanley Rd from approx Odlin Park to Swifts Bay. Crews have been dispatched and we will be updating this message as we have more information. There is no estimated time of restoration.
Wednesday, November 18th @ 11:35am – UPDATE: Planned outage schedule for tonight has been changed. The new time for this planned outage in the Pear Point, Big Foot and Jackson Beach area of San Juan Island is beginning Thursday, November 19th at 11:00 pm and completing by 3:00 am on Friday, November 20th.
There is a planned outage on Wednesday, November 18th, 2015 from 11:00 PM to 3:00 AM on November 19th in the Pear Point, Big Foot and Jackson Beach area of San Juan Island. This outage is for a house to be moved. (Posted 11.13.15)
To report an outage from any island at any time of day
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November 17, 2015 @ 4:20pm: Power has been restored to San Juan County. All circuits are coming back online.
November 17, 2015 @ 3:35pm: Still no estimate on restoration time. OPALCO is one (1) of 106,000 customers served by Puget Sound Energy who are out of power.
November 17, 2015 @ 1:35pm: No estimate on restoration at this time. Follow us on Twitter for updates: @orcaspower
November 16, 2015 @ 4:08pm: UPDATE – power is restored. Please turn your equipment back on ONE thing at a time.
November 16, 2015 @ 3:50pm: UPDATE – cause of the outage was a limb on the line on Shaw. Restoration efforts underway.
November 16, 2015 @ 2:25pm: UPDATE – power restoration estimated by 6:30 pm.
November 16, 2015: Power outage affecting Shaw, Crane and Orcas up to the south-end of Moran State Park. Crews are at work. No estimate on restoration at this time.
To report an outage, please call 376-3599.
After hours, select option 1 to hear a list of known outages or select option 2 to report an outage to the Dispatch Center and OPALCO crews are alerted. Information and updates on outages are posted on this page and on the OPALCO voicemail as available. If asked to leave a message, please include your name, phone number and physical address.
- Members are responsible for their own equipment and OPALCO encourages all members to install surge protection to safeguard electronic, computer and other sensitive equipment and appliances. To prepare for an outage, members may want to turn off at the surge protector, or unplug them completely all sensitive electronics and equipment, and keep a flashlight handy.
- Read more about surge protection. Learn how to prepare for an outage and what to do during an outage.
- Another excellent resource for emergency preparedness is the San Juan County Department of Emergency Management. Check out their resources for being prepared.