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News November 07, 2022

Crews work around-the-clock to restore power

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Crews work around-the-clock to restore power

Thanks to the tremendous efforts of our crews and assistance from our utility partners in other parts of Washington and Oregon, we’ve now restored power to over 225,000 customers.

We are estimating that 80% of customers will have power back on by 9 a.m. this morning. At that point, the remaining outages get more complicated and will take longer to repair, but we think we should have 90% of people back in power by 8 p.m. pm Monday. We will not stop working until power is back on for all.

Thank you for your patience and support while our crews work hard to get the power back on!

If You’re Still Without Power

The cold weather shelters in Snohomish (210 Ave. B, Snohomish) and Monroe (1012 W. Main St., Monroe) will be open at 8 tonight, while Marysville’s cold weather shelter at 7215 51st Ave. NE, Marysville, will open at 7.

Visit the Department of Emergency Management’s cold weather shelter page for up-to-date info on shelters in the county.