Jul 13, 2020
Mason PUD 3 Commissioners, Squaxin Tribal leaders, and representatives of Taylor... Read more
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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PUD Staff is available to give an exciting live-demonstration on the hazards of electricity.
Electrical safety is very important to PUD 3. It’s easy to take electricity for granted...at least until there’s a power outage. Because it’s invisible to us, we often forget about how powerful and potentially dangerous it really is. We want our community to know these hazards and what to do when an emergency arises or when working around electric lines, high-voltage equipment, or other PUD facilities.
Our trained staff regularly gives demonstrations on how to be aware of the dangers of electricity and educate our customers about our system in general. The demonstrations can be tailored for audiences from kindergarten to high school class rooms in addition to various types of agencies and community groups.
Groups that benefit from these demonstrations include:
Lynn Eaton, Communications & Government Relations Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-432-5995 to schedule a presentation for your group.