In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the PUD 1 board of commissioners has closed the office and operations buildings to the public. The PUD remains open and employees are still working. Customers can still call (360) 877-5249 and pay bill over phone or online.
Since people aren’t able to physically attend the board of commissioners meetings, the public can call into the meeting and listen to the audio. Callers will be muted until the public comment section of the agenda and then un-muted again at the end of the business agenda. Call Toll Free: 1 888 585 9008 and enter the Conference Room Number: 504-309-172. Board materials are posted here prior to the meetings. Complete board packet for 04/13/21 here.
Public Hearing on the Water System Plan Part B for Canyonwood Beach at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 27, 2021, prior to the Board of Commissioners’ meeting. Call Toll Free: (888) 585-9008 and enter the Conference Room Number: 504-309-172.To review the plan documents electronically on Google Docs, please visit the District’s website for the link: www.mason-pud1.org. A hard copy is also available at the PUD office.Questions can be directed to Brandy Milroy, Water Resource Manager, at (360) 877-5249.
Continuing its focus on community partnerships and clean energy projects, Mason County PUD No. 1 has received a grant from Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF) of just over $23,000 to partner with the Skokomish Indian Tribe on the installation of zero emission vehicle (ZEV) chargers at the Lucky Dog Casino. The PUD and Tribe were selected […]
https://mason-pud1.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/ZEV-chargers.jpg7311024Kristin Mastellerhttps://mason-pud1.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/PUD-1-Celebrating-85-Years.jpgKristin Masteller2021-03-31 04:45:402021-03-31 20:45:12Mason PUD 1 and Skokomish Indian Tribe Receive Grant for Zero Emissions Vehicle Partnership