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TWANOH HEIGHTS WATER CONSERVATION, THEN OUTAGE: Due to a failing well check valve, pressure will be low until the valve can be replaced. A well driller will arrive Thursday morning (08/25) to pull the well so we can replace the valve. There will be an outage during the repairs. Crews will knock on doors about the outage unless it is late at night. The water system will be chlorinated for a few weeks after the repairs until water samples come back clear of bacteria.

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETINGS for September:
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
10:00 a.m. Board/staff workshop to review results of Union Regional Water System feasibility study
Determine if any action needs to be placed on a future board agenda for consideration
Set date for public hearing to present any proposed action

1:00 p.m. Electric Rate Hearing to set a rate for Smart Meter Opt Outs
Regular Business Meeting to follow Rate Hearing

Tuesday, September 27, 2016
1:00 p.m. Public Hearing for Twanoh Heights & Twanoh Terrace Water System Consolidation
Regular Business Meeting to follow Public Hearing

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Celebrating 80 Years of Public Service

Mason PUD 1 Neon Sign

Mason County PUD No. 1 was the first public utility district in Washington State, incorporated in 1934 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.