NOTICE: Panoramic Heights Water System

1:52 p.m. We are pleased to report that operators have completed flushing of the distribution system. It is recommended that customers in this system run their faucets/taps for five minutes to flush their household plumbing before using the water for potable purposes. Initially, water in the distribution system will be unchlorinated. It is expected chlorine levels in the water will return to normal as water is used throughout the system. If you have any additional concerns or questions please contact… Read More

Forks and Sekiu Office Drive-up Windows Reopening.

The Forks and Sekiu office drive-through windows will re-open on Monday, December 21. Below is the original message regarding the positive case of COVID. 12/4/20 - Last week a Clallam PUD employee in Forks tested positive for COVID-19. Out of an abundance of caution all employees who may have had potential contact with the employee are being tested and are observing District isolation protocols for responding to this event. The drive-through windows at the Forks and Sekiu offices are closed.… Read More


We have seen an uptick in telephone scam calls 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 phone call from the PUD about… Read More

Choose Clallam First

Please enjoy this video on resilience as we transition through this year, brought to you by Clallam EDC. Read More

Gales Addition/Mt Angeles/Monroe water systems subject to City of Port Angeles Stage 2 water alert

PUD #1 of Clallam County is asking water utility customers in the Gales Addition, Monroe and Mt. Angeles Water Districts to begin voluntary water conservation measures. This is a Stage 2 Water Alert from the PUD’s Drought Response Plan. These affected PUD water districts rely on purchased water supplied from the City of Port Angeles. The City has declared a Stage 2 Water Shortage, which encourages increased voluntary conservation. The PUD is coordinating its drought response with the City of Port… Read More

Island View & Clallam Bay/Sekiu Water System Drought Alerts

PUD #1 of Clallam County (PUD) is asking water utility customers in the Island View Water District to begin outdoor water use restrictions. This is a Stage 3 Response from the District’s Drought Response Plan. Effective immediately customers are to limit outdoor water use to Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Vehicle washing, except for safety related purposes, is prohibited. Read the full alert here: Island View Drought Response Alert. PUD #1 of Clallam County (PUD) is requesting that water utility customers… Read More

CARES Residential Utility Assistance Funds Now Available

Clallam PUD is the subrecipient of CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act) funds from the County to go towards residential utility relief related to COVID-19 financial hardship and is now accepting applications. The funds are designated for Clallam PUD residential customers and will be disbursed on a first come-first served basis to qualifying customers who submit a completed application with documentation to demonstrate a financial hardship directly related to COVID-19 such as reduced hours or job loss. The… Read More

Public WiFi

While the PUD has been behind the scenes assisting other internet service providers with the installation of public WiFi locations, we are pleased to announce that we have also added drive-up WiFi to the public parking locations at our Main Office in Carlsborg, located at 104 Hooker Road. Public parking is available on the east side of the building as well as the first section on the north side. The WiFi names are "pudpublicaccess24" and "pudpublicaccess58" and do not require… Read More

Columbia River System Operations EIS Released

The Columbia River System Operations (CRSO) final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has been released. The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requires federal agencies to provide such review, analysis and disclosure, in this case, as it relates to the Columbia River System. This is the culmination of a lengthy and comprehensive multiagency process and has resulted in a significant document which was also subject to a public comment process. The link to the final document can be found here. Read More

Pacific Pole Inspection working in East Clallam Area

Contractors for the PUD, Pacific Pole Inspection, are working in the eastern side of the county, beginning at Diamond Point, and working towards Sequim. Residents can expect to see activity as they dig around pole bases and conduct testing. If you have any questions, please contact the PUD at 360-452-9771 or 800-542-7859 or email Read More