POU Wildfire Mitigation Plans

Senate Bill (SB) 901 (Dodd, 2018) requires every electric utility to prepare a wildfire mitigation plan (WMP). SB 901 amended Public Utilities Code (PUC) section 8387, which generally requires every publicly owned utility to construct, maintain, and operate its electrical facilities to minimize the risk of wildfire posed by those facilities. As amended by SB 901, section 8387 more specifically requires every publicly owned utility (POU) to prepare and present a WMP to its governing body by January 1, 2020, and annually thereafter. As further required by Assembly Bill (AB) 1054 enacted in 2019, the WMPs shall be submitted to the California Wildfire Safety Advisory Board for review and advisory opinion by July 1, 2020.
To make the WMPs developed by California’s POUs easily accessible, CMUA has centralized links to each member’s WMP.  Please note that these links redirect viewers to documents posted on external websites that are not maintained by CMUA.


Alameda Municipal Power
Anaheim Public Utilities
Azusa Light and Water Department
Banning Electric Utilities Department
Burbank Water & Power
Cerritos, City of
Colton, City of
Corona Department of Water and Power
Glendale Water & Power
Gridley, City of
Healdsburg Elecric & Water
Imperial Irrigation District
Industry, City of
Kirkwood Meadows Public Utility District
Lassen Municipal Utility District
Lodi Electric Utility
Los Angeles Department of Water & Power
Merced Irrigation District
Modesto Irrigation District
Moreno Valley Electric Utility
Needles, City of
Palo Alto Utilities
Pasadena Water & Power Department
Pittsburg Power Company
Rancho Cucamonga Municipal Utility
Redding Electric Utility
Riverside Public Utilities Department
Roseville Electric Utility
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Silicon Valley Power (Santa Clara)
Shasta Lake, City of
Trinity Public Utilities District
Truckee Donner Public Utility District
Turlock Irrigation District
Ukiah, City of
Vernon Public Utilities Department
Victorville, City of