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Officials in the County of Mendocino are monitoring the upcoming Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) set for the area. The City of Ukiah, and areas in and around Willits and Fort Bragg are not expected to be de-energized, but the Sheriff’s office is encouraging residents to continue prepare for an outage. PG&E has a service map they’re updating to show where the outages will be. You can access it on our website and Facebook page. The possible shutoff will start at midnight and last thru Thursday at noon. There will be a Community Resource Center for those in Mendocino County at 1775 N. State St from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) Resources:

PG&E Community Resource Center (CRC) – 1775 N State St, Ukiah CA 95482 (anticipated to open at 8:00 am on 10/9)

PSPS Service Impact Map –

PG&E Facebook –

PG&E Twitter –

PG&E – 1-800-743-5009

PSPS Information and Local Resources –

Mendocino County Facebook –

Mendocino County Twitter – @countymendocino

Mendocino County Instagram – @countyofmendocino

Mendocino County Sheriff Facebook –

City of Ukiah PSPS Outage/Electrical Outage Lines – 463-6288/463-6228

City of Ukiah Facebook –

For more information, please contact the Executive Office at 707-463-4441.The County will remain open during the duration of the PSPS event.

Nearly $50,000 has been awarded to Mendocino Coast Clinics for health care provided last year. They got another $167,000 to expand behavioral health services. The quality award was $30,000 for their patient-centered medical home designation, about $12,550 for a 15% improvement on clinical quality from 2017 to 2018, and $6,000 for using health information technology for more access to care and advancing the quality of care between 2017 and 2018. The behavioral health expansion grant funding for more services, including child psychiatry via video conference, also known as telemedicine.

Lake county’s Public Health Dept. reminding we’re upon flu season and getting a flu shot is the best prevention. So those 6 months and older are encouraged to get vaccinated. Another way to avoid getting sick is to use good hygiene to protect yourself and those around you. Use the crook of your arm or of course a tissue If you cough or sneeze and cover your nose and mouth too. Viruses can easily pass from hands to anything you touch, so washing your hands frequently or using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water aren’t available.  Lake County Public Health is offering seasonal flu vaccines for $2. For more info give them a call to make your appointment.

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