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Restoration Plan for March 1, 2019

March 01, 2019

Crew working in snow around fallen trees

We expect to restore about 1,000 customers in the Eugene area today. Please note that work conditions are dynamic and subject to change based on equipment damage, tree hazards and changing weather conditions.

If your area is not restored by the time shown in the status column, please call 1-844-484-2300 and report that you remain without power.  

The following areas will be carried over to Saturday, March 2:

800 Block Snell
4900 Block W. Amazon Dr
1300 Block Paige Ave
30 Block Ridgeline Dr
Leaburg Dr/Leaburg
E. Thurston Rd/Cedar Flat
Boscage Ln

AREAS RESTORED FRIDAY MARCH 1

12th/13th & Acorn Park
17th & Willamette
23rd & Wilson
2600 Block of Elysium Ave
2200 Block Lorane Hwy
1700 Block Lorane Hwy
1800 Block Fircrest
800  Block W. 35th Pl/Fulvue
5400 Block Fox Hollow
4100 Block Hilyard St
200 Block E. 49th
3000 Block Lincoln St
2400 Block Cleveland St
2100 Block Bristol St
33000 Timber Ln
31000 Owl Rd
28th & Mclean
3100 Block Portland St
3400 Block Storey Blvd./900 Block of Crest
Friendly & Lorane Hwy/3400 Block of Van Buren
3000 W. 18th Pl
E. 32nd & University
2900 Block Floral Hill Dr
2200 Block Summit
4700 Block Brookwood St
4100 Block Hilyard
2400 Block W. 22nd Ave
1800 & 1900 Blocks Fircrest Dr
2400 Block Lariat Mesa