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PLANNED WATER OUTAGE April 26, 2016: Minerva Terrace will have a planned water outage Tuesday, April 26 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm to make system upgrades. Please prepare for this outage by having extra water on hand and turn off your breaker to your hot water heater to protect it during the outage. Thank you for your patience.

PUBLIC HEARINGS:
Tuesday, April 26, 2016: The board will hold a public hearing for the Ripplewood Water System restructuring at 1:00 p.m. Water Use Efficiency goals will be part of this hearing. The full report can be viewed on the Water Systems Page, link is on the lower right of the page. A PDF reader is required to view the report. The regular board meeting will immediately follow.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016: The board will hold a public hearing to solicit public comment on I-732 (Carbon Emission Tax Initiative) at 1:00 p.m. The regular board meeting will immediately follow. The purpose of this hearing is to help the commission determine an official District position on the initiative. The board also encourages public comments by mail or email from ratepayers who are unable to attend in person.

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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.