PUD 3 offices will remain closed for the foreseeable future however we can still be reached by phone at 360-426-8255. Mason PUD 3 is committed to keeping our customers connected to essential services during the COVID-19 pandemic emergency. If you are experiencing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for support, including long-term payment arrangements or bill assistance. Learn more about PUD 3's response to COVID-19 or for more information about the PUD's COVID-19 Customer Support Program here.

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Commissioners

Commissioners

A three-member commission is responsible for operating Mason PUD 3.

Their job includes setting policies for running PUD 3, adopting a budget each year, and determining rates and charges for services.

 

What Does PUD 3 Do?

What Does PUD 3 Do?

In Washington State, 24 PUDs are the source of electricity for almost 700,000 customers.

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Commissioners

Commissioners

PUD 3 has a board of elected commissioners to be the policy-makers for the utility.

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Attend a Commission Meeting

Attend a Commission Meeting

Commissioners meet twice a month to set policy and make financial decision for the utility.

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Agendas & Minutes

Agendas & Minutes

You will find Commission Meeting Agendas and Minutes in this area.

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Current Federal Issues

Current Federal Issues

Mason County and Washington DC are closer than you think.

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Current Washington State Issues

Current Washington State Issues

Decisions in Olympia impact residents in Mason County.

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