Sequim Outage Scheduled May 26-27

A scheduled power outage will affect electric service onTuesday, May 26th beginning at 11:55 p.m. and lasting until approximately 4:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 27th.This power outage is required for the setting of signal lights on 5th Ave. This outage affects roughly 5th Ave. including: W. Fir St., N. 5th Ave., W. Spruce St., W. Alder St., Klahn Pl., Helen Ct., N. 7th Ave., Tommy Ct., the 400 block of 4th. Ave., and the 500 block of W. Washington St.… Read More

Water Guidance for Unoccupied Buildings/Closed Businesses

Important Guidance from the Washington State Department of Health regarding unoccupied buildings and closed businesses. During the course of the Governor’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, many buildings and business have either been closed to the public or have had limited use. This can lead to stagnant water inside buildings where water use has decreased. This stagnant water loses residual chlorine disinfectant over time which increases the risk of Legionella colonization. Clallam PUD effectively monitors, disinfects and flushes its water… Read More

COVID 19 PUD Information and Assistance Links

Clallam PUD is committed to maintaining service during the COVID-19 event. We understand that many customers may be experiencing hardship during this time due to job layoffs or reduced hours. Please note that we have suspended disconnects and late fees through the end of May, even though you may still receive an automated disconnect notification generated by the system. Balances owed will still need to be paid. If you feel you will have difficulty paying your bill, please contact our… Read More

Community Wi-fi Hotspots

We have been working with some ISPs to establish some free wi-fi hotspots. Other organizations have also been establishing them in various locales. Below is a list of locations that we currently aware of. Sequim JC Penney parking lot QFC Guy Cole Convention Center Port Angeles OlyPen Metro-Net *NEW* The Department of Commerce has a searchable link of wi-fi hotspots here. Read More

Clallam PUD Receives Reliable Public Power (RP3) Designation

PUD #1 of Clallam County (Clallam PUD) has earned a Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3)® designation from the American Public Power Association for providing reliable and safe electric service. The RP3 designation, which lasts for three years, recognizes public power utilities that demonstrate proficiency in four key disciplines: reliability, safety, workforce development, and system improvement. Criteria include sound business practices and a utility-wide commitment to safe and reliable delivery of electricity. Clallam PUD joins only 275 public power utilities, of… Read More

New Electric Rates Go Into Effect April 1, 2020

The PUD reminds customers that the new electric rates are effective on all bills rendered on or after April 1, 2020. At their December 9, 2019 Commission meeting, the Board adopted the 2020 Electric Operating Fund Budget which included an average electric rate increase of 3.5% amounting to approximately $4.45 per month for the average residential rate payer for all bills rendered on or after April 1, 2020. Read More

Neighborly Assistance Program Helps Your Neighbors In Need

Did you know we have a program where you can help those less fortunate pay their electric bills? Especially in light of business shut-downs during this COVID-19 event. It’s called our Neighborly Assistance program. You can make a one-time or recurring contribution to a fund that assists qualified low-income residential customers. Find out more or print the enrollment card by clicking here . Your community thanks you for your generosity! Read More

Neah Bay Kiosk Out of Service

Due to the closure of access to Neah Bay by non-residents, the payment kiosk at the Makah Tribal Education & Training Center is out of service until this restriction is lifted. Payments can be made by phone, mail, through our website portal, or via our SmartHub app. Information on all of these options can be found here. Read More


We are receiving calls from customers today that there is another round of telephone scams attempting to collect money while impersonating PUD employees.  In the calls, the scammer says they are with the PUD (or possibly PG & E) and threatens to shut off power if a large sum of money is not paid (within 10 minutes, perhaps at a non-PUD location, or there could be other methods we are not aware of). Typically, PUD customers will not receive a… Read More

Draft Columbia River System Operations Environmental Impact Statement Released

The Draft EIS for the Columbia River System Operations was issued today.  This starts the public comment period which concludes on April 13, 2020. For complete information including the full document, executive summary, information on how to submit public comment, and where public comment meetings are to be held, please visit: Read More