We are currently responding to outages at State Route 3, Old Olympic Hwy, Nason Rd, and the Middle Satsop Rd. We have been notified of an outage affecting 116 customers in the Angleside area. Thank you for your patience as we navigate through these scattered outages. This message will be updated with estimated restoration time as we receive more information.

In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday PUD 3 offices will be closed Thursday, November 24. We will re-open on Monday, November 28 at 7:00 a.m. We are thankful for our customers and are ready to respond 24/7 to any outages. If you experience an outage, log in and report through SmartHub or give our outage line a call: (360) 426-8255. If you need to pay your bill, there are several convenient ways: Payment options and locations
PUD 3 wishes you a safe and happy Thanksgiving! 

Report a Power Outage

Report a Power Outage

OUTAGE HOTLINE: (360) 426-8255

PUD 3’s mission includes always providing safe and reliable service.

Sometimes Mother Nature, trees, wayward drivers and curious critters don’t get the message and power outages happen.

View PUD 3 Outage Map

The quickest, easiest, and most-efficient way to report a power outage is on our SmartHub app. Download it and setup an account today. Click the links below, or visit my.PUD3.org for the web-version.

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Or, you can call us any time of the day or night, 24 Hours a Day, SEVEN DAYS A WEEK, 365 days a year…well, you get the idea.

TO REPORT AN OUTAGE: (360) 426-8255

We have people waiting by the phone. Really! They’re always available to respond to your call about an outage. Lines may be very busy during bit outages. If you get a busy signal, wait a few minutes and try again. The more information we receive from our customers, the faster we can identify and correct the cause of a power outage.

If The Lights Go Out

  • Check with your neighbors. See if they have electricity.
  • Check your service panel for tripped breakers.
  • Report the outage with PUD's SmartHub app.
  • Report downed power lines. Never go near downed power lines. Always assume they are energized and dangerous.
  • Use PUD's SmartHub app, Facebook page and website for outage updates.
  • Turn on the porch light so PUD crews will know when power comes back on.
  • Turn off and unplug sensitive equipment like computers, televisions, DVD players, and equipment with motors, such as furnaces.
  • Once the power comes back on, wait 20 minutes before turning things on again.
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