About 1,900 Hawai'i Electric Light customers on the Big Island are still without power more than a week after Tropical Storm Iselle hit the island, according to HELCO.
More than 200 electrical workers are on the Big ISland to help in the restoration effort.
They continue to work on areas such as Nanawale Estates, Hawaiian Beaches, and other portions of Upper Puna.
A customer service center has been set up at the Leilani Estates Community Center. It's open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Red Cross Shelter to close
The Hawaii Red Cross shelter at the Pahoa Community Center is scheduled to close at noon on Monday.
Volunteers are making other arrangements for those who cannot return to their homes due to the storm.
Since Aug. 7, there have been more than 2,400 hundred people seeking shelter at Red Cross emergency locations statewide.
"It's just been an awesome effort from everyone," said Recreation Supervisor for Puna/Ka'u Glenn Kokubun. "I've seen small families come up here and with just 10 pizzas they just bought for no reason and dropped it off. We just had one family right here that came with ice from her. She said she bought ice and everything like that. She had a few canned goods, but everything went."
The Red Cross will continue to distribute relief supplies and visit the hardest hit areas.