Water Quality & Water Use Efficiency Reports Now Available

June 8, 2018

Each year, Skagit PUD provides its customers with an annual Consumer Confidence Report to let them know how our water quality stacks up against established federal and state drinking water standards. 


Mundt Creek Intake Project Wins Award

June 6, 2018

Skagit PUD's Mundt Creek intake project received a Construction Excellence Award from the Associated General Contractors of Washington. TRICO Companies was the contractor on the project.


Commission Meeting, 06.26.2018

The commissioners hold open meetings on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 4:30 p.m. in the Aqua Room, where members of the public can observe and participate in decisions made by the PUD board of commissioners.

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Contact Skagit PUD

We are always eager to receive feedback from our customers. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Customer Service (tel): (360) 424-7104
(fax): (360) 848-2145

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Township St/SR-9 Mainline Replacement Project

June 4, 2018

SR--20-Night -WorkSkagit Public Utility District has completed approximately 72 percent of the waterline replacement on Township Street between Sapp Road and Waldron Street in Sedro-Woolley. Between Sapp Road and McGarigle Road, Skagit PUD crews have installed approximately 2,500 feet of new distribution waterlines and connected water services for 20 homes to the new water main. PUD crews are currently removing the temporary pavement patch on Township Street and replacing it with permanent asphalt.

PUD crews are currently working at night. During this time, PUD crews will install 1,000 feet of new pipe between McGarigle Road and Waldron Street, including the intersection of SR-9 and SR-20. This work will be completed during night hours to limit the impact on traffic, disruptions to the school and school traffic.

Hours of construction will be 6 p.m. to 4:30 a.m., Monday through Thursday. No work will take place Friday through Sunday evenings. This section of construction is scheduled to last approximately four weeks ending on June 14.

The waterline project is being constructed in advance of planned street repaving work. Residents and businesses in this area can expect brief interruptions with their water service. Prior to any planned interruptions, our construction crew will provide you with 24-hour advance notice. Updates for construction will also be posted on the District’s website at SkagitPUD.org.

To help motorists, residents, and service vehicles understand how traffic management works, a flagger will be posted at each end of the project near where crews are working. The PUD will also place Variable Message Signs (VMS) along the construction area to notify customers of upcoming work.

For questions or concerns, please contact:

Chris Smith | Engineering Technician
(360) 848-4463 | CSmith@skagitpud.org