Gulf Power crews, alongside thousands of restoration crew members from 15 states, have restored power to 95% of Gulf Power customers in Jackson and Holmes counties ahead of estimated restoration times. Crews are working around the clock and were able to energize more than 95% of customers north of Interstate 10 in Caryville, Bonifay, Chipley, Graceville and Campbellton restored 24 hours ahead of the original estimate.


“Restoring power to these storm-devastated areas takes a massive coordinated effort. The storm drills that are executed every year, along with the real-life experience through deploying to help others in times of need, have paid off in this extensive restoration effort,” said Adrianne Collins, vice president of Power Delivery. “Everyone involved in this restoration has been encouraged by the support they have felt from our customers, and the entire team is humbled to be part of the effort.”


Estimated Restoration Times

NEW - 95% RESTORED: Gulf Power customers in Jackson and Holmes counties in the following areas:
Areas north of I-10 in Bonifay and Chipley, and all of Caryville, Graceville and Campbellton have been restored.
95% RESTORED: Customers who live in the Cypress and Apalachee areas with a mailing address of Sneads, Florida, served by Gulf Power have been restored.
95% RESTORED: Panama City Beach east of Highway 79 to the Hathaway Bridge has been restored.
95% RESTORED: Panama City Beach west of Highway 79 has been restored.
Downtown Panama City, Callaway, Parker, Lynn Haven, Youngstown and surrounding areas are estimated to be restored by midnight, Oct. 24.

*The above estimated restoration times are for 95% of customers who can accept electric service. As work progresses, we will continue to update and adjust estimated restoration times for specific areas.