If there’s a streetlight out in your neighborhood, you might assume that OPPD knows about it and has scheduled a crew to take care of it.
But there is no central database to alert OPPD when a streetlight goes out. That’s why OPPD needs the public’s help.
And this year, the July 10 storms that caused a record number of power outages and widespread tree damage in the OPPD service territory also caused hundreds of additional streetlight outages.
OPPD crews and contractors are working diligently to get those lights turned back on. Sometimes the fixes are as simple as replacing a bulb, but other times, crews may need to dig up underground cables to make the needed repairs.
So if there’s a streetlight out in your neighborhood, be sure to report it to OPPD using any of these channels:
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