OTTAWA – April 8, 2023 – Hydro Ottawa continues to make progress in restoring power to customers across the City of Ottawa. As of 9:30 a.m. this morning, approximately 2,900 customers remain without power.
Hydro Ottawa continues to treat this as a multi-day restoration event and is working to restore power to all customers by end of day, Saturday, April 8, with the possibility that small pockets may still exist by the end of the day.
Today’s efforts will focus on restoring power to those customers who remain without power in the following areas:
- Bayshore - Belltown
- Billings Bridge - Alta Vista
- Borden Farm – Fisher Glen
- Braemar Park - Bel Air Heights - Copeland Park
- Bridlewood - Emerald Meadows
- Britannia Village
- Carlingwood West – Glabar Park – McKellar Heights
- Cityview - Crestview- Meadowlands
- Iris - Queensway Terrace South
- Lindenlea - New Edinburgh
- Old Barrhaven West
- Parkwood Hills - Steward Farm
- Playfair Park - Lynda Park - Guildwood Estates
- Rockcliffe Park
- Skyline - Fisher Heights
- Urbandale Acres - Canterbury
- Whitehaven – Queensway Terrace North
If customers are still out of power or do not see their area on the Hydro Ottawa’s outage map, there are two ways customers can report:
- Call our 24/7 outage hotline at 613 738-0188
- Submit a report online through the MyAccount customer portal
- Hydro Ottawa asks the public to respect work site perimeters by keeping a safe distance from crews and as they work on energizing the power grid.
- If customers notice downed power lines, stay at least 10 metres away (the length of a school bus) from the wires and from any objects that are in contact with the lines such as trees. If there is a downed power line, please call us at 613 738-0188.
- Drive carefully. When traffic signals are out, always treat intersections as all-way stops and proceed through intersections with caution.
- As power is being restored, Hydro Ottawa reminds residents to conserve their use of energy and avoid turning on all electronics and appliances to avoid impacting the electricity supply.
- Please reserve the use of 911 to situations where there is a risk to public safety, and life-threatening emergencies.
Director, Communications and Public Affairs