CARES COVID-19 LIMITED GRANT FUNDS AVAILABLE. PUD 3 is a subrecipient of federal CARES funds from the County for PUD 3 residential customers who have suffered a financial hardship directly related to COVID-19. Funds are limited and available to qualifying applicants on a first come, first serve basis. Apply for the federal funds by filling out an application or calling PUD 3 customer service. The deadline to apply is November 10, 2020 and award payments will be applied as a credit to the eligible applicant's utility account by December of 2020. To learn more about eligibility, visit the PUD 3 Assistance Page. See how PUD 3 is responding to COVID-19 here.

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Free Emergency Oxygen Kits

Free Emergency Oxygen Kits

PUD 3 is partnering with Mason County Fire District #4 to assist all Mason County citizens who may have a need for emergency short-term oxygen support during a power outage.

fireman.jpgPUD 3 strives to restore power outages as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, sometimes events occur that prolong disruption in electric service. For some customers, that’s an inconvenience. For others, there are serious health implications associated with a lack of power. Having a generator back-up is not feasible for all customers.

Customers who have a medical need for oxygen contact: Mason County Fire District #4 to receive a FREE Emergency Oxygen Kit.

An Emergency Oxygen Kit includes a tested and approved O2 tank, regulator, nasal cannula, and a case. This tank should provide low-level delivery for up to four hours. The fire fighters will coordinate pick-up times or drop-offs and a quick tutorial on how to use the equipment.

Supplies are limited. Contact: Mason County Fire District #4 (360) 426-7222.

Mason County Fire District #4 serves Arcadia and Kamilche. Chief Bob Burbridge has made this offer available to ALL Mason County citizens, not just those in his fire district.

 

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