March 27 - Planned Power Outages for Timberlake Area

March 27 - Planned Power Outages for Timberlake Area

by Mason PUD 3 on

March 15, 2023

On Monday, March 27, approximately 480 customers in the Timberlakes community will be affected by a series of planned outages.

Mason PUD 3 has announced that on Monday, March 27, 2023, there will be a series of planned power outages for customers in the Timberlakes area and surrounding roadways. The outages are necessary for PUD 3 to upgrade its facilities and reduce the outage restoration times for customers in the future.

The planned outage will be staggered for the various areas throughout Timberlakes beginning at 9:00 a.m. on the 27th and lasting until approximately 4:30, with each individual outage expected to last approximately 1-2 hours. Nearly 480 customers will be affected throughout the day.

Letters of notification have been sent to customers in the project area.

The following roadways will be affected on this schedule:

9:00-10:30 AM  

Aspen Ct, Aspen Pl, Carr Pl, Case Pl, Colvos Pl, Dana Pl, Dyes Pl, Eastlake Dr, Eld Pl, Hammersley Pl, Iron Wood Pl, Liberty Pl, Nisqually Pl, Sinclair Pl, , Skookum Dr, , Skywater Pl, Stavis Rd, Treewater Pl, Timberlake Dr, Timberlake West Dr, Vaughn Pl

10:30-11:30 AM  

Blackbeards Run, Crows Nest Ct, Hammersley Reach, Kyak Ct, Sea Spray Ln

12:30-1:30 PM  

Christian Ln, Day Spring Rd

2:00-3:00 PM  

Annas Way, Budd Dr, Budd Pl, Lakeshore Dr E, Timber Parkway

3:30-4:30 PM  

Bayview Dr, Oakland Bay Dr

While the project is underway motorists may experience occasional traffic delays. Your patience is greatly appreciated.

As with any outage, the PUD recommends that sensitive electronic appliances and equipment be turned off and unplugged until power is restored for at least 20 minutes. Also, especially with today’s electronics, it is important for customers to consider the use of surge protectors in their homes. 

If customers have any questions, they may call the PUD’s Operations Superintendent, Darin Hall, at 360-432-5259.

Providing safe and reliable services to the residents of Mason County is the PUD’s top priority. Proactive projects such as this play a part in the PUD’s national reliability ranking with the American Public Power Association as a Diamond Level Reliable Public Power Provider.