Get One-Time Assistance with the Neighbor-to-Neighbor Program. Assistance ranges per household for qualifying customers and SDG&E customers who reside in the company’s service territory in San Diego County can apply for the program.
If you need a little extra help, but don’t qualify for state or federal assistance, you can get up to $600 toward your SDG&E bill with the Neighbor-to-Neighbor Program.
Click below to learn more and see if you qualify!
LIHEAP is a public assistance program that helps low-income households with their home energy bills. Funds are distributed by two agencies in the San Diego region, the Metropolitan Area Advisory Committee (MAAC) and the Campesinos Unidos, Inc. of San Diego (CUI).
Each agency serves households residing in specific zip codes. Click below to learn more about these financial assistance agencies and refer to your zip code to see if your eligible.
Call 2-1-1 to learn about all the utility assistance resources that may be available to you.
If your cell phone is more than a few years old, you may need to upgrade your device before your provider shuts down its 3G network, to avoid losing service. For more information on how you can prepare, contact your provider directly.
The SDG&E Outage Map has information on planned power outages related to public safety, emergencies and wildfire mitigation, as well as unplanned outages. Click below to see planned and unplanned power outages in your community.