Even though Governor Purdue has declared a State of Emergency, the county and the Town are not taking any emergency actions at this time for Hurricane Sandy. Current forecasts keep Hurricane Sandy offshore as it passes the Carolinas over the weekend, but there is potential for high wind and rain in areas along the coast that could result in outages in those areas.
Progress Energy will continue to monitor and prepare for the storm and will deploy company crews as needed to restore service as safely and quickly as possible after the storm passes.
- Calling Progress Energy: Customers who experience an outage during the storm should call the automated outage reporting system at 1-800-419-6356
- Computer* access to Progress Energy: Customers who have battery/generator backup and still have use of their computers can report an outage or view current outages online by going to www.progress-energy.com/storm
- Smart Phone* access to Progress Energy: Customers can also report outages online using their smart phone at m.progress-energy.com.
*Customers are advised to register their account prior to the storm in order to report outages online or from a mobile device.