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PUD 3 COMMISSION TO HOLD HEARING ON UPDATED RESOURCE PLAN
The Mason County PUD No. 3 Board of Commissioners has scheduled a public hearing for Tuesday, August 23, 2022, for consideration and possible adoption of the updated Resource Plan under RCW 19.280. The hearing will begin at 10:00 a.m. in the PUD commission boardroom at 2621 E. Johns Prairie Road in Shelton. If you prefer to attend virtually, contact Clerk of the Board Mary Taylor-Monger at 360-427-5200 for the meeting link. The regular scheduled commission meeting will begin immediately following the hearing.
If you're adding or changing your electrical load, we need to know to make sure you get the power needed.
This includes remodeling, changing out your electrical panel, or changing the type of electrical service to your property. Before you or your electrician do the work, please fill out an application for altered service. Depending upon the complexity of the job and number of applications we’re working on, this may take between two and eight weeks, so plan ahead.
PUD 3’s engineering staff is specially trained to design a safe, legal, and cost-effective plan to connect your new home or business to PUD 3’s clean, reliable electric grid. Because there are so many variables, we do not give “rough estimates” for specific jobs.
All customers must submit an application for electrical service in order to receive a cost estimate.
This handout may offer a better explanation.
PUD 3 may have rebates available for upgrading the energy efficient of your home or equipment during a remodel. Call the Conservation Department at 360-426-0777 to learn more.
NOTE: If your remodel requires a permit to bring the building up to code, some rebates may not apply.
Don’t tamper with the meter:
Customers who have disconnected or reconnected their power without proper authorization and/or have tampered with the meter, or had their seals cut will be billed a minimum $360.00 tampering fee.
Customers who have disconnected or reconnected their power without proper authorization and/or have tampered with the meter, or had their seals cut will be billed a minimum $360.00 tampering fee plus actual costs.