Most addresses in the city had reportedly gotten their electricity back by Monday evening, authorities reported.
The city of Berkeley has warned affected residents to prepare to be without power until Friday.
More than 7,000 PG&E customers in Berkeley remained without power Sunday night and relief may still be days away. A new blackout is set to begin Tuesday in Alameda County. Details are limited.
By 1 a.m. Sunday, PG&E had reported 37 outages in Berkeley affecting nearly 6,800 customers. PG&E said it intends to begin restoration Monday morning.
PG&E says the planned outage will affect nearly 1 million customers in the state.
PG&E will cut power to more than 57,000 homes and businesses in Alameda County for more than two days beginning Saturday at 8 p.m., officials have announced.
City spokesman Matthai Chakko said about 7,000 PG&E customers in Berkeley — which by some estimates represents 21,000 people — could lose power this weekend in the shutoff. See the latest.
Berkeley police are asking the community to be alert due to a teenager at Codornices Park who has approached young boys four times since May, including once in the past week.
The warning affects areas above about 1,000 feet in elevation, which includes some of the Berkeley Hills.
PG&E gave the “all clear” to begin restoration in Alameda County at 3 p.m. But UC Berkeley has canceled classes for Friday.
After power was shut off to UC Berkeley and thousands of homes and businesses starting at 11 p.m. on Oct. 9, Berkeleyans found ways to cope.
A Berkeley father has asked neighbors to help him find a hit-and-run driver who struck his daughter’s stroller — while she was in it — during a walk in the Berkeley Hills over the weekend.