Former PUD Commissioner Hugh Haffner Passes

Former Clallam PUD Commissioner Hugh Haffner passed away on February 15, 2020 from complications related to a stroke. He was 72 years old. Haffner was born on September 26, 1947 in Chicago, IL. He married Diane Knickerbocker in 1985. Most of his life he worked as an attorney, focusing on bankruptcy work. As PUD Commissioner he represented Clallam County PUD District 2 for 24 years, from 1994 to 2018. Commissioner Will Purser recalled “It was my pleasure to serve on… Read More

2020 Strategic Plan, Budgets/Rates under review

This is the time of year where Commissioners review the 2020 Strategic Plan, Budget and Rates for 2020. Visit the Commission Meetings page to keep informed on when these items and more will be on the agenda for discussion. Full board packets are also posted here prior to the meetings. The 2019 Strategic Plan is posted here. There have not been significant changes made since staff did a major update for the current Plan. Read More

Water & Wastewater Systems Cost of Service Study and Proposed Rate Structure

At the October 14, 2019 Commission meeting, FCS Group consultants provided information on the District’s future rate strategy for its water and wastewater systems. Following is a brief overview, followed by a link to the presentation slides, proposed resolution and accompanying charts. The presentation was originally included in the board packet posted to the website on October 10, 2019. At the upcoming October 28, 2019 regular Commission meeting, the Commissioners will consider adopting a resolution establishing phased one-system rate structures… Read More

Carbon Reduction Presentation from Joint County/PUD Meeting

Commissioners and staff of both the County and Clallam PUD met on Thursday, October 10. One of the agenda items was the PUD's presentation on PUD efforts to reduce its carbon footprint. There was a request from the audience to post the presentation on our website. The link below is to the presentation in .pdf format. Reducing the District's Carbon Footprint Read More

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Ribbon Cutting Friday, October 11, 2019

Please join the City of Sequim and the Public Utility District No. 1 of Clallam County for a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, October 11 at 12:00 noon to open the new public electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at East Washington Street and North Govan Avenue. The charging stations can be used by EVs and plug-in hybrids, are the result of a collaboration between the two organizations and help to achieve the following objectives: • Fill a need for public… Read More

Stage 3 Water Alert Clallam Bay/Sekiu Outdoor Water Restrictions

PUD #1 of Clallam County (PUD) is asking water utility customers in the Clallam Bay/Sekiu Water System to begin mandatory outdoor water restrictions. This is a Stage 3 Response from the District’s Drought Response Plan. Vehicle washing, except for safety related purposes is prohibited. Even numbered addresses may water outdoors on even numbered days, odd numbered addresses may water outdoors on odd numbered days. Water for the Clallam Bay/Sekiu Water System is supplied from a well field near the Hoko… Read More

Stage 4 Water Alert Island View System

PUD #1 of Clallam County (PUD) is notifying water utility customers in the Island View Water District of mandatory water use restrictions. This is a Stage 4 Response from the District’s Drought Response Plan. Effective immediately customers are to eliminate outdoor water use and minimize indoor water use. Water for the Island View Water System is supplied from Olsen Creek. Due to low flows in Olsen Creek, the PUD will begin trucking in water from the neighboring Clallam Bay/Sekiu Water… 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

Two planned outages Neah Bay/Sekiu/Clallam Bay (8/16), and then Sekiu/Clallam Bay (8/30)

Two scheduled power outages will affect electric service in the west end as follows: Neah Bay/Sekiu/Clallam Bay Friday, August 16 beginning at 12:01 am, and lasting until approximately 6:00 am. This outage is required to replace transmission and distribution poles in Sekiu and Neah Bay. Automated phone calls will begin going out to those affected during the week prior. Sekiu/Clallam Bay Friday, August 30 beginning at 12:01 am, and lasting until approximately 6:00 am. This outage is required to complete maintenance on… Read More

Pacific Pole Inspection working in Forks Area

Contractors for the PUD, Pacific Pole Inspection, are working in the Forks area, and south of Forks in the PUD's service area, to inspect utility poles. 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. Read More