PG&E will be deploying its state-of-the-art enhanced leak detection and repair team across Monterey County starting the first week of January on 1/3/17. Though their schedule is volatile and subject to change based on weather conditions and resources PG&E will make sure to update you on any upcoming variance. The PG&E team will survey portions of Del Monte Forest, Carmel, Del Rey Oaks, Sand City, Marina, Pacific Grove, Monterey, Seaside, and Salinas. PG&E anticipate surveying the Central Coast from 1/3/17-1/13/17.
Attached please find a program fact sheet.
PG&E’s leak repair program’s goal is to ensure the public’s safety. If PG&E’s team identifies a grade one leak, the location will be quickly staffed by PG&E representatives until a repair crew arrives to fix the leak. There is the possibility that crews will mobilize during the night to immediately address a leak. Due to this type of work, the permits will be applied for after the repair is made. The overwhelming majority of the leaks are likely to be non-hazardous leaks that will be scheduled for repair by its local team. Only grade one leaks require immediate attention.PG&E