To view current outages and estimated restoration times, go to Cleco's Outage Map.
Hurricane Zeta made landfall today, Oct. 28, with winds at 110 mph tying it with the Halloween Hurricane of 1899 in South Carolina as the strongest hurricane to make landfall in the continental U.S. this late in the calendar year. Zeta is the 11th named storm to make landfall in the U.S. this Atlantic Hurricane Season, the fifth named storm to make landfall in Louisiana and the third hurricane to impact Cleco's service territory in less than two months.
Click here to see the number of customers impacted by Zeta. Select "menu" on the outage map.
- One of the most dangerous parts of a storm is oftentimes right after it passes. Downed power lines and areas of debris should be avoided. Assume all downed power lines are live and stay away. Report downed power lines immediately by calling 1-800-622-6537 and 911.
- If water is getting close to your home or business, turn off individual breakers and then turn off the electricity at the main breaker.
- Do not connect portable generators to your electrical wiring and never operate a generator in an enclosed space like a garage.
Cleco Outage Map
Click anywhere on the outage map below to view current outages and estimated restoration times.