• Need assistance with your utility bill?

    We have options for you.

  • The 1st PUD in Washington State

    Providing locally controlled utility services to Hood Canal and Mason County since 1935. Electric, water and wastewater services available.

    Electric Service Territory Map
  • Receive outage emails, texts and automated phone calls

    about your power and water services.

    Sign Up Now!
  • The 1st PUD in Washington State

    Providing locally controlled utility services to Hood Canal and Mason County since 1935. Electric, water and wastewater services available.

  • The 1st PUD in Washington State

    Providing locally controlled utility services to Hood Canal and Mason County since 1935. Electric, water and wastewater services available.

Outages & Important Info

  • 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. 
  • The Board of Commissioners next board meeting will be on Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. at the PUD board room. Since people aren’t able to physically attend the 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

Pay Your Bill

Sign into SmartHub to view account details, or click Pay Now to pay without a login.

Newsletters

Read the latest and archived Mason PUD 1 newsletters in PDF format.

News

Current news and event information.

Mason PUD News

Mason County PUD No. 1 unveiled their second community solar project at a drive-in ribbon cutting on Tuesday, July 28th at the PUD’s new warehouse in Potlatch. After construction delays and rescheduling due to the pandemic, persistence paid off as over two dozen customers, community members, employees and commissioners came together under proper safety guidelines […]