Sequim Outage March 30, 2023

1:00 p.m. All customers have had power restored and the road has reopened. If you are still without power, please check your breakers first, then call 360-452-9771. 8:00 a.m. The number of customers out is now approximately 440.  Please note: Old Olympic Hwy. is CLOSED at Elizabeth Lane. Crews are working to put up "road closed" and detour signage but customers should detour around the area by using 5th Avenue or Kendall Road. Restoration is expected to take 6 hours.… Read More

Watch out for Utility Scams

Be aware of utility scams! They come in all forms - be cautious about phone calls and emails purporting to be from Clallam PUD. Do not click links in emails.  If you were not expecting a call, or something just doesn’t sound right, give us a call directly st 360-452-9771. Thank you! Read More

A Note About UnitedHealthcare UCard Payments

Many of our customers have received UCards from UnitedHealthcare, which is the new Medicare member ID card and gives access for many more benefits. On their website, one benefit listed for the UCard is to have the ability to pay eligible utilities. We have contacted United Healthcare for instructions on how you can use this benefit. The UnitedHealthcare UCard cannot be used in the following ways: Cannot be swiped or entered in the office Cannot be used in our phone… Read More

All Water Conservation Notices Canceled

Any water conservation notices have been canceled effective 12/29/2022. Read More

PUD Board of Commissioners KONP Response

The following letter was sent to KONP on November 9 on behalf of the Board of Commissioners of Clallam PUD in support of Assistant General Manager John Purvis.  The full letter is below. The statement made by John Purvis can be read in it's entirety as part of KONP's followup to this letter here. The Board of Commissioners of Clallam County PUD was presented with a public comment letter at the Commission meeting of October 24, 2022 by Assistant General… Read More

Clallam PUD to Decrease kWh Rates in 2023

At the Board of Commissioners meeting of September 26, 2022 the PUD Commissioners voted to cancel the budgeted rate increase previously approved for 2023 and instead, approved a 1.00% decrease in all kWh rate classes and a 0.00% change to the Basic Customer Charge, effective April 1, 2023. At the prior meeting of September 12, 2022, Assistant General Manager John Purvis reported that the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) reported strong financial projections that placed their cash-on-hand reserves above their 120… Read More

On Hold? Help Us Help You!

Customers are currently experiencing longer wait times on the phone. This is due in part to a variety of issues that many businesses are facing: We are hiring new customer service representatives (CSRs) and the application pool has been significantly less than pre-COVID. Experienced CSRs need to take time to be shadowing the new CSRs so that they can be trained. We are experiencing intermittent COVID exposures causing absences. Our facilities are now open to the public so CSRs are… Read More

Clallam PUD Applying for Broadband Infrastructure Grant

Clallam PUD is currently applying for a $6.8 million dollar federal grant to build broadband infrastructure from our airport substation in Port Angeles to Forks. Our grant application is very competitive, with several letters of support received from Representatives Chapman, Tharinger, Kilmer, and Senator Van de Wege , the Makah Tribe as well as the Clallam County Commissioners and several other County organizations. The application will be submitted September 30, 2022 to the Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), an agency… Read More

Murray-Inslee Report Confirms Importance of the LSRD

Northwest RiverPartners has issued a news release about the Murray-Inslee final "Lower Snake River Dams Benefit Replacement Report" that was just released. Read the full release below. Murray-Inslee Report Confirms Importance of the LSRD, High Value of Hydroelectricity to the Region Community Service Advocates Were Concerned Replacement Costs Would Fall on Disadvantaged Vancouver, Wash. (August 25, 2022) -- Senator Patty Murray and Governor Jay Inslee today released their final “Lower Snake River Dams Benefit Replacement Report” and recommendation. The report… Read More

Forks Outage

6:45 am - An outage is occurring in Forks affecting nearly 1,000 customers. Crews are responding. Read More