News4JAX will be working to track how many residents across our area are without power in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia as Hurricane Idalia moves through Florida.
If you need to report an outage to your local utility or want to see your utility’s individual outage map, we have that information below.
As of 9 p.m. Wednesday, there were more than 180,000 reported power outages in Florida, according to the Florida Public Service Commission.
According to Florida Power and Light, more than 18,400 customers were out of power in Florida as of 9 p.m.
Crews are restoring power in between weather bands as conditions allow. Remember to stay far away from flooding, downed power lines and debris.
As of 9 p.m. Wednesday, around 4,900 JEA customers were out of power in the Duval County area. Remember to stay far away from flooding, downed power lines and debris.
Beaches Energy is actively monitoring Idalia. If you experience a power outage, call 904-247-6241 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to report it. To pay your bill, please click here. Beaches Energy will continue to monitor the storm and provide necessary updates via the CodeRed Emergency Notification System.
As of 9 p.m. Wednesday, 20,177 people were without power across 14 counties due to impacts from Hurricane Idalia.
“Outages are heavily concentrated in our Gainesville and Lake City Districts,” according to a release from Clay Electric. “When weather conditions allow, our lineworkers and mutual assistance crews will begin assessing damage and work as quickly and safely as possible to restore service.”
To report damage (non-life threatening) on our lines, please report it through MyClayElectric or call 1-888-434-9844 and wait to speak to a representative. To report a life-threatening situation, call 911.
Thousands of outages were reported Wednesday morning.
Georgia Power offers outage alerts, which provide real-time outage information personalized specifically for you. Outage alerts let you know when there’s an outage in your area and when your power is going to be restored. Click here to sign up for outage alerts to receive customized alerts via text, email or phone call.