Severe storms can cause a large number of customers to lose their electricity at the same time. We follow a specific plan to restore electric service, starting with safety.
We do our best to provide an answer, but there are a lot of unknown conditions that make it hard to predict exactly when your power will be back on. Accessibility to damaged areas, the time of day, environmental issues, and other factors make it hard to predict restoration times.
You can stay informed and get status updates while we work to get your power back on. Sign up here for myOGEalerts and select your notification preference – text, email or phone. You also can check your outage status by signing in to oge.com.
Rest assured that we’re working hard to have you back on track just as soon as possible.
If your weather head, service cable or meter socket is damaged you will need to contact a certified electrician to make necessary repairs before service can be restored to your home. In addition, make sure pets are safely away from the backyard, and unlock gates and cattle guards.
Part of our storm restoration work includes clearing tree limbs that are in or interfering with power lines. After the lines are cleared, vegetation crews will take tree and brush debris from the customer's yard to the curb but will not remove this debris. The disposal of debris due to storms is the customer's responsibility. Visit our Vegetation Management page to learn more about our tree-trimming process.
We constantly monitor changing weather conditions and have been closely monitoring the changing conditions posed by COVID-19 since January. No matter what crisis we face, our purpose of providing life-sustaining and life-enhancing products and services remains.
We've been recognized as an Arbor Day Foundation Tree Line USA since 1999 in recognition of our commitment to proper tree pruning, planting and care while delivering safe and reliable electricity.