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Tracking power outages in Northeast Florida, Southeast Georgia during Tropical Storm Elsa

Here's a list of ways to report an outage in your area, based on who your electric company is.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — As Tropical Storm Elsa churns its way toward the First Coast, power companies across Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia are preparing for the possibility of outages and getting power turned back on as quickly as possible.

These numbers will no longer be updated as of Thursday at 9 a.m.

  • Alachua: 281 customers affected
  • Baker: 0 customers affected
  • Columbia: 59 customers affected 
  • Duval: 68 customers affected 
  • Nassau: 80 customers affected 
  • Camden: 60 customers affected 
  • Glynn: 697

Here's a list of ways to report an outage in your area, based on who your electric company is. If and when outages are reported in our area, we will update the numbers here as well.


From Twitter: JEA continues to closely monitor the path of Tropical Storm #Elsa. If you experience an outage during the storm, report it by signing in to your http://jea.com account or visit http://jea.com/outage. You can also call (904) 665-6000 to use our automated system.

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Clay Electric

To report a power outage on Clay Electric's lines, call 1-888-434-9844, toll free, seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Do not report outages via email, as email communication may not receive immediate attention. 

Click here for more information on the Clay Electric power restoration process.


To report an outage or check the status of an outage, call 1-800-4-OUTAGE (1-800-468-8243). You can also log onto your account online to report an outage by clicking here and entering your phone number and ZIP code.

Georgia Power

You can log onto your Georgia Power account to report an outage by clicking here. If your outage involves a dangerous condition, such as downed power lines, please call 1-888-891-0938.

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