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It goes without saying that Halloween won’t be the same this year during the COVID-19 pandemic and it shouldn’t be. Public health officials are not recommending trick-or-treating and other traditions like haunted houses and parades while banning altogether large indoor and outdoor gatherings and parties with non-household members. But decorations, …continue reading

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The women and men of Southern California Edison are as focused as ever on safely providing reliable service to our customers during these challenging times. In keeping with that commitment, we will continue to work 24/7 to serve our communities. Prioritizing critical work We are prioritizing critical work necessary to …continue reading

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Southern California Edison is counting on its customers to participate in the upcoming 2020 Census. Through a partnership with the Secretary of State and U.S. Census Bureau, SCE has launched a community engagement and outreach effort across its service area — one of the most diverse regions in the U.S. …continue reading

Be it the turkey, side dishes or pies, there’s a prized recipe for just about everything at Thanksgiving. But, a recipe for disaster? Unfortunately, there’s one for that too, no thanks to the nearly fourfold increase in home cooking fires on Thanksgiving that make it easily the leading day for …continue reading

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The estimated Halloween spending this year on decorations, costumes and more: $8.8 billion. Safely displaying decorations and wearing all those costumes: priceless. With millions of Southern Californians among the 172 million Americans expected to participate in the Halloween festivities, Southern California Edison joins public safety experts nationwide in encouraging smart …continue reading

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Edison International and the California Fire Safe Council (CSFC) selected Orange County Fire Watch as a recipient of a 2019 Edison International Fire-Safe Community Grant. Administered through the California Fire Safe Council (CFSC), the $25,000 grant is provided to help advance wildfire safety throughout Southern California Edison’s (SCE) service areas, …continue reading