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PUD 1 Systems

PUD 1 owns and manages 36 water systems throughout Mason County. To view an overview map of the systems, visit the Related Documents section. Click on the water system for a map of the service area for that specific system. If there is not a link, the map has not yet been uploaded.

The District currently owns the following water systems

  1. Agate Beach, Group A community
  2. Alderbrook, Group A community
  3. Arcadia Estates, Group A community
  4. Bay East, Group A community
  5. Bayshore, Group A community
  6. Bloomfield Road, Group B
  7. Canal Beach Tracts, Group A transient non-community
  8. Canal Mutual, Group A community
  9. Canyonwood Beach, Group A community
  10. Cherry Park, Group A community
  11. Craig, Group B
  12. Cushman Inc., Group A transient non-community
  13. Harstene Retreat, Group A community
  14. Highland Estates, Group A community
  15. Highland Park, Group A community
  16. Holiday View Two, Group B
  17. Hood Canal, Group A community
  18. Hoodsport, Group A community
  19. Island Hide-A-Way,  Group A transient non-community
  20. Lake Arrowhead, Group A community
  21. Lakewood Heights, Group A community
  22. Madrona Beach, Group A transient non-community
  23. Minerva Terrace, Group A community
  24. Mountain View, Group B
  25. Pirates Cove Country Club, Group A community
  26. Ripplewood Tracts, Group A community
  27. Southside, Group B
  28. Tiger Lake Terrace Tracts, Group A community
  29. Twanoh Heights Community Club, Group A community
  30. Twanoh Terrace, Group A community
  31. Union, Group A community
  32. Union Ridge, Group A community
  33. View Ridge Heights, Group A community
  34. Viewcrest Beach, Group A transient non-community
  35. Vuecrest, Group A community
  36. Watson No. 2, Group B

PUD 1 currently manages the following water system

  1. Ten-Four, Group A non-transient non-community
  2. Mary M. Knight School, Group A non-transient non-community

The District provides the following services for the District-acquired/owned systems

  • Preliminary survey of water system
  • Estimate of capital improvements and O&M expenses
  • Required minimum water quality monitoring
  • Public notification per DOH requirements
  • Routine system maintenance
  • System repairs
  • Monthly source meter reading
  • Monthly service meter readings, if metered
  • Meter installation, if not metered
  • Monthly system inspections
  • Cross Connection Control program
  • Utility locates
  • Operator in Responsible Charge
  • State and County correspondence – WFI, Consumer Confidence Report, Water Use Efficiency, Determination of Water Adequacy, etc.
  • Engineering reports – planning documents, existing system approvals, project reports
  • Sanitary Survey
  • Water rights management
  • Emergency response program
  • Capital improvement funding, permitting, construction management and construction assistance
  • Assistance in the formation of a Local Utility District for capital improvement funding
  • Latecomers agreements setup and management
  • Billing
  • Financial Management
  • Record keeping
  • Transfer of ownership

The District is also taking inquiries for Satellite Management Agency arrangements. In addition to owning our own systems, we can also provide professional management and maintenance of privately owned systems to ensure that the systems are maintained according to Departments of Health and Ecology standards.

For more information on SMA’s, please contact Jocelyne Gray, PE, Director of Operations-Water at (360) 877-5249.