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Pacific Gas & Electric is planning to place six miles of underground power lines in Sonoma County as part of the company’s plan to reduce wildfire risks tied to its equipment. The latest PG&E plan is to place two miles underground this year and four miles next year. The upgrades are a part of the 10 year effort by PG&E to bury 10,000 miles of power lines in the company’s Northern and Central California service area.
In Sonoma County, the work will take place along Highway 12 between Santa Rosa and Kenwood and a smaller project scheduled for Freestone. Work on the project is expected to finish sometime in 2024. 41 Miles are scheduled for Napa County in 2024, 4 Miles for Mendocino County in 2023, 90 Miles for Lake County by the end of 2024 and 1 Mile for Marin County in 2023. Underground work costs about $3.3 Million per mile.