Jun 16, 2022
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Due to continued nationwide supply chain disruption caused by COVID-19, Mason PUD 3 has depleted its supply of 320 amp meters. Although there are shipments expected to arrive in the near future, any new or existing jobs requiring the installation of a 320 amp meter may be delayed connection until further notice. Read more about our Material Shortages and Supply Chain Disruptions here.
In Washington State, 24 PUDs are the source of electricity for almost 700,000 customers.
Mason PUD 3 serves over 34,000 electric customers. PUD 3 also runs a wholesale fiber optic telecommunications network, which supports the operation of its electricity system.
PUD 3 has a board of elected commissioners to be the policy-makers for the utility. They also set rates and charges for service.
Learn more about Washington State’s Public Utility Districts at www.wpuda.org.
Solutions-Oriented: We are proactive in finding the best ways to address customer and community needs. Employees are empowered to be innovative, creative, and forward-thinking when finding solutions that "future-proof" our organization in the continually changing utility industry.
Sustainability: We recognize the interdependence of our operations, the environment, economy, and individuals. We do business in ways that ensure the financial and operational health of PUD 3 so that it meets the community's needs in perpetuity.