PG&E

The logo for Pacific Gas & Electric Co. above a trading post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

Power has been restored to all Napa Valley residents who lost it last week, according to the Pacific Gas and Electric Company.

The first-of-its kind shutoff affected 32,500 PG&E customers in Napa County, as much as an estimated three-quarters of the population. More than 90 percent of those who lost power were restored by Friday evening and a PG&E spokesperson confirmed Saturday that all had been restored.

PG&E said it would not disclose whether any Napa County equipment was damaged during last week's heavy winds until it files a report with the California Public Utilities Commission.

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Courtney Teague is the Napa Valley Register public safety reporter. She can be reached at 707-256-2221. You can follow her reporting on Twitter and Facebook, or send her anonymous tip at: tinyurl.com/anonymous-tipbox-courtney.