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Outages & Information

PLANNED BPA POWER OUTAGE- May 22nd & 23rd
A BPA outage will impact almost all of PUD 1's customers overnight. See the PUD News section for more details.

PUBLIC MEETING- UNION HEIGHTS RESIDENTS
Tuesday, April 15th at 6:00 p.m. at the Union Fire Hall. Purpose of the meeting is to review the options for water flow during power outages.

PUBLIC MEETING- HOOD CANAL WATER SYSTEM PLAN
Tuesday, April 22nd at 1:00 p.m. at the District board room. Purpose of the meeting is to review the final draft of the Hood Canal Water System Plan before it is submitted to DOH for final approval.

CONSTRUCTION OCCURRING ALONG HWY 106 IN UNION:
Highway 106 & McReavy (at Two Margaritas) to 106 & Dalby starting Monday, March 17th and will occur intermittently through June 13th.

Customers in these areas will experience two-to-four hour interruptions in their power during the day in isolated sections of the line as the crew resets the poles and line in each section. The PUD will notify the affected customers in advance before disconnecting power. Lane closures will occur as part of this project and the District asks the public to please be careful while driving past the crew members working on and alongside the roadways.

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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.