Town & County

10-hour power outage scheduled for parts of Summit County April 10

SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah — Rocky Mountain Power has announced a scheduled power outage that will impact various neighborhoods in Summit County on Wednesday, April 10. This essential service interruption is due to the recent relocation of power poles on Mammoth Drive. With the new poles installed, the company must now transfer power to these lines, a process estimated to take around 10 hours to complete.

Outage Details
Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2024
Time: From 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Duration: Approximately 10 hours

Areas Affected

The scheduled outage will affect all areas within Summit County Service Area 3, including constituents and businesses in:
– All of Summit County Service Area 3
– Tollgate
– Red Hawk

Map of the scheduled power outage in Summit County on April 10.
Map of the scheduled power outage in Summit County on April 10. Image: Summit County

East Creek Ranch HOA will not be affected by this outage.

Residents and businesses within the impacted regions can view a detailed map of the affected areas by visiting Summit County’s website.

How to Prepare

Residents are encouraged to prepare for the outage by:
– Checking and preparing emergency supplies such as flashlights, batteries, and a first aid kit.
– Ensuring mobile phones and other essential electronics are fully charged.
– Considering the need for alternative cooking methods or perishable food storage solutions.
– Securing a backup power source for critical medical devices if necessary.

For more detailed tips on how to prepare for the power outage, residents can check out Rocky Mountain Power’s guide.

Stay Informed
Rocky Mountain Power is working to keep the community informed and minimize the inconvenience of the scheduled outage. The company is encouraging affected residents and businesses to plan accordingly and for their understanding and cooperation during this essential maintenance period.

For updates on the power outage and any potential changes to the schedule, visit Rocky Mountain Power’s Twitter page for realtime information.

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