Utilities and Internet
COVID-19 has forced Angelenos to remain home far more than they normally would. While at home, people need the ability to connect with others and the outside world. Here are steps the City has taken to make it possible.
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Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
As an essential service provider, the DWP is working around the clock to make sure that Angelenos have the water and power services they need during the coronavirus pandemic. For customers experiencing financial hardship during this time, there are a number of payment and program change options available. Click here for more information.
SoCal Edison is suspending disconnections for nonpayment and waiving late fees for residential and commercial customers, by request. Click here for more information.
Southern California Gas
Southern California Gas has suspended service disconnections until further notice. This means no customer will have their natural gas turned off due to non-payment. Find out more and determine whether you qualify to pay a reduced rate here.
Get Connected Los Angeles
The City of Los Angeles is working to make sure that everyone can connect to the internet during the coronavirus pandemic. The City has partnered with the California Emerging Technology Fund and EveryoneOn to help Angelenos find options for low-cost internet services, access to computers and digital literacy services.
Click here to find low-cost internet in your area.
Data and internet options for customers vary by provider. Click on your provider below for details about what is currently being offered in response to COVID-19.