Article: Lower Snake River Dams Provided Crucial Energy and Reserves in Winter 2021

From the BPA newsroom: "From December to March and particularly during the deep freeze of early 2021, the four dams on the lower Snake River were once again winter workhorses, according to a recent assessment by the Bonneville Power Administration. These four facilities not only provided important real-time electricity and critical power reserves, they also picked up slack when there was an equipment failure at Chief Joseph Dam – one of the largest dams in the Columbia River power system.… Read More

Clallam PUD text messages coming from new number.

Text messaging is an important method for us to communicate with you. From billing alerts to service updates, text messaging is an effective way for us to help keep you updated on your service and news regarding Clallam County PUD. We wanted to let you know of a small change to our text messaging. When you receive a text message from Clallam PUD it has come from a short code. Now, text messages from Clallam PUD come from 855-943-3644. We’re making this… Read More

Pacific Pole Inspection Working in the Sequim Area

Contractors for the PUD, Pacific Pole Inspection, are working in the Sequim area this summer. 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 info@clallampud.net. Read More

Resource Adequacy – What Does It Mean To You?

Clallam PUD supports our federal hydropower system - the reason for our low rates and the reason we have clean, renewable and reliable energy! We also support renewable energy like wind and solar but that needs to come with the understanding that increasingly assertive clean energy goals mean we can't afford to lose any of our precious hydropower resources. This recent article helps explain: Washington's Coming Energy Reliability Crisis Read More

Port Angeles Transmission Rebuild Project Starting June 2021

A transmission line rebuild project will begin the first week of June in the District's Port Angeles service area. The project will replace 27 old wood transmission poles between Airport and S. Cherry Roads with fiberglass poles, as well as insulate to a higher 115KV voltage, and install higher capacity transmission and distribution conductors. Construction is scheduled June through September. View the details of the project here. Read More

Are you a renter who has been negatively affected by COVID-19? Funds are available!

Serenity House of Clallam County has received funds under the Treasury Rent Assistance Program (T-RAP). These funds are available to income-qualifying renters who have experienced negative financial impact due to COVID-19.  For complete details, please visit https://www.serenityhouseclallam.org/news/2021/4/15/t-rap-is-here Read More

Upcoming Utility Work in Forks – Traffic Impacts

District line crews will be starting work on a project on  Highway 101 in downtown Forks from Bogachiel Way to Forks Outfitters in the next few weeks. Travelers should expect lane closures and congestion while the work is accomplished. This work is in conjunction with a substation upgrade that will be happening this summer. Read More

Bonding Education & Government Contracting Virtual Workshops

Washington PTAC and the Northwest Small Business Transportation Resource Center are pleased to present the following virtual trainings targeted to firms on the Olympic Peninsula.  Thank you to the following partners: Clallam County Economic Development Council, Jefferson County Economic Development Corporation, North Peninsula Building Association and Vanir Construction Management. What: Quality training for businesses on various topics related to doing business with government entities and primes as well as bonding and construction. Who:  There are a total of 8 trainings, 4 of… Read More

Clallam Bay Water Conservation Alert

5:00 p.m. Update.  A temporary bypass has been installed around the water main break at Middle Point in Sekiu. PUD crews are now able to transfer water to the Clallam Bay reservoir once again. Until a permanent solution can be put into place next week, the PUD is asking water customers in Clallam Bay to continue to moderate their water usage and conserve where possible in an effort to reduce the overall system demand.    Due to a water main break… Read More

Explore our Business-Friendly Community!

Considering locating a business in Clallam County? Be sure to watch "Explore Our Business-Friendly Community", new from the Clallam County Economic Development Council! Read More