BPUB Rotating Outage Updates – 11:30 pm
BROWNSVILLE, Texas – The following is an update on areas being impacted by rotating outages due to ongoing, prolonged and widespread frigid weather occurring across the state. BPUB will send these bulletins out as the information is received. Please understand that this information can change quickly.
Areas with Power Restored
Robinhood Dr, Boca Chica, International Blvd, Magnatek, Owens, Reina Esther and surrounding streets.
Central Blvd, Military Hwy, East Dr, Jo Ann Ln, Water St, East Dr and surrounding streets.
E Elizabeth to E Pierce and surrounding streets.
Alberta, Calgary, Winnipeg, Kensington, Martinal, E Morrison, Joseph, and Robindale Rd and surrounding streets.
Riverside Blvd; W & E Fronton & St Francis; E 10th St; W University Blvd and surrounding streets.
Areas with Power Shed (No Power)
Sports Park; Villa del Norte; Windwood Way; West Lake; Tandy; Squaw Valley; Hidden Meadows.
Galveston Rd, Candlewick Ct, Sunshine Rd, E. Price Rd, North Park Plaza and surrounding streets.
Paredes Ln, La Villita, Emerald Valley, Emerald Cove, La Mancha Dr, Galveston Rd, Candlewick Apts., Palo Alto Subd, Price Rd and surrounding streets.
E 5th St; Old Alice Rd; Sunset; Aldridge: Boca Chica from Palm Blvd to McClelland: Calles Jacaranda, Retama, Cenizo; Barnard; Flamingo; Highland Dr and surrounding streets.
Belvedere; Ringgold; E 6th; Ebony Ave; S & N Frontage Rd; Paredes Ave and surrounding streets.
Power Plant Dr; W Levee St; W. Saint Charles; W. 1st St; E. Saint Charles; E. Saint Francis St and surrounding streets.
The rotating outages will continue until ERCOT instructs BPUB to discontinue.
If a customer continues to experience a power outage after a report that power has been restored it may likely require further troubleshooting by BPUB Crews. The customer should report the power outage to BPUB. We ask customers to remain patient while BPUB personnel further investigates the outage.
BPUB is asking consumers to curtail electric usage by taking following steps:
- Turn down thermostats to 68-degrees.
- Close shades and blinds to reduce the amount of heat lost through windows.
- Turn off and unplug non-essential lights and appliances.
- Avoid using large appliances (i.e., ovens, washing machines, etc.).
- Wear warm, comfortable clothing
BPUB will keep providing information throughout the emergency. We appreciate everyone’s cooperation.
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