Transportation & Utilities
Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) Announces More Service Changes
VTA remains on a modified schedule for essential travel to hospitals, health care facilities, pharmacies, grocery stores, food banks, shelters and other essential destinations during this time of extraordinary uncertainty. VTA is still not collecting fares and is asking customers to observe social distancing measures by boarding through the rear door, if able, and by maintaining at least six feet of distance from other passengers.
Visit the VTA website to get the latest information on services.
City of Morgan Hill water and wastewater services
Pacific, Gas & Electric
PG&E announced that residential customers will receive the California Climate Credit on their bills during the April billing cycle. The credit totals $62.91 for PG&E residential customers receiving both natural gas and electric service. For natural gas-only residential customers the credit will be $27.18, and for electric-only residential customers the credit will be $35.73.
PG&E will continue performing electric work consistent with the Governor’s priorities for essential services and for the safety of our customers and communities including:
- Emergency response to restore electric service;
- Work to further the preparedness for Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) events as directed by the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), CAL FIRE and the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC);
- Enhanced and routine vegetation management;
- Critical maintenance; and
- Work associated with our Wildfire Mitigation Plan.
PG&E electric crews also will proceed with new business work to support residential projects with residents ready to move in; new business projects related to medical facilities, agencies, labs, manufacturers or businesses supporting COVID-19 response; new business projects in support of homeless shelters, elder-care facilities, grocery stores and restaurants providing take-out service.