Construction map

Find planned outages and construction projects in your area.

This tool helps customers learn about Toronto Hydro’s planned outages and construction projects.

Note: If you can’t find information about your outage, you may be experiencing an unplanned outage. For a list of current, unplanned outages, visit our outage map.

Map Legend

  • Construction
  • Planned Outage (Affected Customers)
  • 1 - 50
  • 51 - 500
  • 501 - 1,000
  • 1,001 - 5,000
  • 5,000+
DISCLAIMER: Please note that all outage data provided via this power outage map is for information purposes only. All times referenced are approximate. Planned outages on this map show customer count by the number of meters. Some condos and other buildings are fed by a single bulk meter, which means that an outage may impact more residents than indicated on the map.

Sometimes, planned outages are needed to safely complete improvements or repairs. If your home is impacted by a planned outage, we’ll do our best to notify you by phone or provide you with written notice. The notice will include the date, time, expected duration of the outage and other project details.

Our construction projects are part of a long-term investment to help improve grid strength and resiliency. In order to complete the work, power outages may be needed at the very end of the project. This means that a planned outage would be required, at which point we do our best to provide the affected customers with written notice.

Learn more about Toronto Hydro’s project work

The City's public right-of-way

The public right-of-way is a piece of City-owned land. On a residential street, it's the section of the front lawn closer to the roadway. We often use this space for our equipment.

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