Fewer than 500 Oncor customers without power remain in Pflugerville area

An unprecedented amount of snow fell across Pflugerville and Texas, leaving many without power. (Nicholas Cicale/Community Impact Newspaper)
An unprecedented amount of snow fell across Pflugerville and Texas, leaving many without power. (Nicholas Cicale/Community Impact Newspaper)

An unprecedented amount of snow fell across Pflugerville and Texas, leaving many without power. (Nicholas Cicale/Community Impact Newspaper)

Fewer than 500 Oncor customers remain without power in Pflugerville's 78660 ZIP code, according to a 3 p.m. news update from the Pflugerville Police Department on Feb. 19. Those without power in the 78660 ZIP code region can report outages by calling 888-313-4747.

As of Feb. 19, there were 27,000 remaining outages in Oncor's power network, including those in Pflugerville. The majority of outages are expected to be restored this evening, per the update. An Oncor power outage map can be viewed here.


Regarding water services, Pflugerville residents with questions about the status of services, frozen pipes or the boil water notice can contact city officials by emailing pfhelps@pflugervilletx.gov.


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