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ALL PUD WATER SYSTEMS asked to conserve water & limit outdoor watering during hot spells. EVEN NUMBERED HOMES should limit outdoor watering to even numbered days; ODD NUMBERED HOMES should limit to odd numbered days while the temperatures consistently remain in the 80's and 90's.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING- Tuesday, August 12th, 1:00 p.m. at the District Board Room. We will be presenting our Water Use Efficiency Goals for review before they are approved by the commission at the regular meeting following the hearing. To view the proposed WUE goals, visit the Water section of the website.

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Mason County PUD 1

Mason PUD 1 Neon Sign

Mason County PUD No. 1 was the first public utility district in Washington State, incorporated in 1932 and beginning operations in February of 1935. Located in Potlatch along the beautiful Hood Canal, PUD 1 serves approximately 5,100 electric customers, 2,000 water connections and manages one small community septic system.

Our electric service district reaches from the Skokomish Valley, across to Union and onward north into Jefferson County to Walker Mountain. However, as a major water purveyor in Mason County, PUD 1 manages water systems throughout the entire county.

Read more about the history and formation of Washington’s first public utility district.