Jul 13, 2020
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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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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.
We are industry leaders in innovation and technology to enhance services and “future proof” utility infrastructure and investments.
We inform, educate, and engage the public, ratepayers, and future customers. We invest to grow our community.
We collaborate with community partners to create opportunities that enhance the economy and quality of life.
We are the preferred source for reliable, economical utility services, the employer of choice, and are consistently recognized as a “reliable public power provider”.
We are a leader in energy innovation through conservation, community renewables, demand response, energy efficiency, and distributed generation such as solar power.