March 4 – MUTUAL AID

All SUB customers should have power, but many thousands of our neighbors are still waiting as utilities make repairs to their systems, which suffered unprecedented damage. To help the recovery efforts, SUB has deployed two of our crews to assist EPUD and Lane Electric. We hope everyone has power soon!

March 2 – Storm Update

All power has been restored. If you are without power, please check your breakers and inspect the service lines entering your house for damage. Please call SUB at 541-746-8451 with questions, especially if you experience partial power or flickering lights.

March 1 – 7:00 p.m.

If your power is still out, or if you are experiencing secondary problems, such as partial power or flickering lights, please call SUB at 541-746-8451 so we can address any lingering issues.

March 1 – 12:00 p.m.

Crews have completed work in the Manor/Villa area. They are now headed to:

Harmon/Garden/South 39th

McKenzie View Drive

South 18th Street

Fewer than 50 customers remain without power. We continue to work with customers and electrical contractors as they make repairs to homes so we can restore power to homes that sustained storm damage.

March 1 – 8:00 a.m.

Crews are headed to:

Franklin Blvd

Harmon Lane

25th and J Street

Fewer than 50 customers remain without power. We continue to work with customers and electrical contractors as they make repairs to homes so we can restore power to homes that sustained storm damage.

March 1 – 6:45 a.m.

We’re almost there! SUB is working with a few dozen customers who have service issues related to the recent snow storm, and about a dozen customers who still require crew work in order to restore power.

If you are still experiencing a power outage or have a problem such as partial power, please call SUB at 541-746-8451.

February 28 – 2:00 p.m.

S. 79th is in progress
Clearwater Lane off Jasper Road back on
Roseblossom Drive back on
52nd Street between B and D Streets back on    

Crews moving on to: Tinamou Lane and Mallard Avenue off Game Farm
Road Harmon Lane off Jasper Road

February 28 – 6:45 a.m.

We will post morning crew deployments here when they are available. Work completed overnight:

South 79th – majority complete, with a few individual houses still out. Crews will finish today

South 42nd and South 43rd and Jasper Road – back on

Clearwater Lane, majority on. Crews will finish today.

Dorris Street/Pine Street – back on.

South 3rd, Union, Shasta, Central all back on, although there are a few service issues we will follow up on today.

February 27 – 5:30 p.m.

Crews continue to work at Willamette Heights, but power has been restored to S. 4th and on 16th to 20th between I and J Streets.

Crews are now working at Pine Street near Dorris Ranch and more crews are heading over to 79th Street.

February 27 – 4:25 p.m.

Crews are deploying to the following areas:

16th to 20th between I and J Streets

Clearwater Lane off Jasper Road

Willamette Heights – S. 4th, S. 5th, Shasta Blvd.

February 27 – 3:15

Thurston Middle School now has power (sorry kids) as does Splash.

February 27 – 2:50 p.m.

Crews report that the west Centennial area including Cottonwood, Anderson Lane, Juniper Lane, Menlo Loop, Tamarack, Sequoia Cypress Court, Ponderosa Court and Lodgepole Court should all be on. If you live in one of these areas and still don’t have power, please check your breakers. If you are still having issues, please call SUB at 541-746-8451.

When information is available regarding crew dispatches to the next series of neighborhoods, we will note it here and on Facebook. Thank you!

February 27 – 12:30 p.m.

Crews have completed work at Thurston Rd/E and 56th – 58th and S. 42nd off Jasper Road.

They are headed to Thurston Middle School/Splash and to S. 43rd off Jasper Road.

February 27 – 10:00 a.m.

In order to bring more customers up, some customers in the Anderson, Sequoia, Aspen, Menlo and Tamarack areas that had power will lose it temporarily while repairs are made.

February 27 – 8:45 a.m.

Crews are currently deployed to the following areas:

West Centennial area (Sequoia, Cottonwood, Menlo Loop)

Thurston area (Thurston Rd/E and 56th – 58th)

Several areas off Jasper Road near S. 42nd, Clearwater Lane

Check back here for updates

February 27 – 6:30 a.m.

Barring individual service issues, the following areas should have power. We will update this page with morning crew deployments as the information becomes available:

Shamrock Village

Eugene Mobile Village

Brentwood 317 30th

10th between L and M Streets

Kelly Blvd

Pioneer Parkway and 1st Street and 1st Place

30th and Yolanda

34th and Industrial

February 25 – 4 p.m.

Our latest information:

Crews are again working on Brentwood. note that crews had to take some nearby customers down in order to work on the apartments, but when work is complete they will restore that power.

Dorris, Harbor and Inland areas are being worked on.

15th Street and S Street should be on soon.

General storm information:

At the peak, nearly half of SUB’s system (15,000 customers) was down yesterday as transmission lines that provide bulk power service from Bonneville Power Administration as well as several distribution feeders were affected by the snow storm. Extensive progress has been made and currently SUB has about 1,000 customers out of power. Crews continue to work to make repairs.

SUB utilized additional BPA power delivery points to serve our customers while we work to repair the system.

SUB follows an industry-standard “hierarchy of repair” during large scale outages. The principle is to restore power to the greatest number of people as quickly as possible.

This requires repairing downed transmission and major feeder lines that serve the greatest number of people, after which local distribution lines will be repaired. Individual homes are generally then addressed. Note that some homes may have damage that customers will need to have repaired before SUB can reenergize service to the home.

The forecast calls for more rain and low temperatures, so it is possible that service that has been repaired can be affected again. Note that some in our community, such as the elderly or people with disabilities, can be especially vulnerable in power outages. If your situation is stable, please check on neighbors. Customers may wish to make arrangements with family or friends until the weather stabilizes.

As always, if you see a downed power line, please stay away. It is NOT possible to tell if a power line is energized by looking. Note that some communications (telephone/internet) lines look like power lines. Be safe and stay away from ALL downed lines.