Planned power outage on Monday

Jun. 1, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE.

Plymouth Michigan News



Plymouth city officials cautioned residents and businesses of two brief power outages scheduled for Monday, June 4, during a period when DTE Energy plans to install a new transformer at the Farmer Street Substation.

According to a city bulletin, the first outage is scheduled at 9:00 a.m. for approximately five to ten minutes along the following boundaries:

OLD VILLAGE AREA – Areas south of the railroad tracks on Starkweather, Mill and York Streets.  This are includes but is not be limited to, Spring, Liberty, Starkweather (south of railroad tracks), Mill (south of railroad tracks), Holbrook, Plymouth Rd. (between Mill & Hines Drive bridge), Garling Drive, Parkview Drive and Lindsay Drive.

SECTIONS OF EAST DOWNTOWN AREA – This area includes, but is not be limited to, areas near and on the City Hall side of Main Street between N. Union and Penniman.  This includes Kellogg Park and traffic signals in the Downtown area, in addition to areas along Union Street, Roe Street, Hamilton Street and Ann Arbor Trail from Union east to Riverside Drive, including Pinewood Condos.

A second planned outage will affect DTE customers at 10:00 a.m. for approximately five to ten minutes along the following boundaries:

AREA NEAR FAIR STREET AND HARTSOUGH – Including east of Fairground Street between Ann Arbor Trail and Hartsough including Virginia Street, Fair Street, Burroughs (East of Fairground) and Hartsough Court.

According to the information provided, temporary electrical equipment installed on Theodore Street will be removed beginning Wednesday, June 6. No power outages are expected in the majority of the downtown area or in the northwest section of the city, It is recommended customers unplug televisions, computers and other sensitive electronics to prevent damage while the power is being restored.

The bulletin states customer questions should be directed to a DTE Energy representative at 800-477-4747 or visiting DTE’s web site at:  


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