Monday

Midtown Power Outage


2nd UPDATE:
The circuit serving Midtown customers was restored in separate sections. The first was restored at 1:20 p.m. The second was restored at 1:32 p.m, and the final section was restored at 3:32 p.m. We appreciate our customers' patience throughout the repair process.

12:15 p.m.
We’ve learned that a construction crew hit an underground cable at Leavenworth and Turner Blvd., causing that Midtown Omaha circuit lockout.

OPPD crews are isolating the damaged cable now and hope to restore all outage from a neighboring circuit by 1 p.m., while making permanent repairs to the damaged cable.

11:05 a.m.
A circuit locked out at approximately 10:54 a.m., impacting 1,697 customers in the Midtown area. The outage affects the following rough boundaries:
  • Harney St. to the north
  • Wright St. to the south
  • 29th St. to the east
  • 40th St. to the west
At this time, the cause is unknown. OPPD crews are en route to investigate in order to make necessary repairs. We will post more information as we receive updates.

Please click here to see the latest number of outages throughout our service territory, including this particular circuit and more typical outages due to a variety of causes.

Thursday

To Report Downed Lines or Outages

Please call  1-800-554-OPPD (6773) or report online.

For convenience, OPPD provides customers many ways to track and report outages.

Report an outage:
• Report outages online at oppd.com.
• Call 1-800-554-OPPD (6773) from anywhere in the service area.
• Use the OPPDconnect app, for users of Apple’s iPhone®, iPod Touch® and iPad®. Download OPPDconnect free from the App Store. Android users may download the App through Google Play.

Regardless of how you report the outage, your information is processed electronically and forwarded so that corrective action can be taken as quickly as possible.

Track Outages:
• For timely updates on weather-related outages, follow OPPD at twitter.com/oppdstorm.
• To visit OPPD's outage maps, click here.
• View outage maps and get Twitter updates by downloading the OPPDconnect app.

Following are some other related resources that may be helpful in the event of  major storm-related outages:

For severe storm information and tips, click here.

For more information on this and other topics, please go to the OPPD homepage