What's the Basic Charge?

February 8, 2017

All Skagit PUD customers receiving water service are charged a Basic Fixed Charge, which is designed to recover the fixed costs of having the water system in place and maintained to provide reliable service. 

 

Berg Joins Board of Commissioners

January 9, 2017

Skagit PUD welcomes Eron Berg to its Board of Commissioners. Berg was elected in November 2016. He replaces outgoing Commissioner James Cook, who served on the board for 12 years.

 

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) 424-8764
customerservice@skagitpud.org
engineering@skagitpud.org
construction@skagitpud.org

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INFO ALERT: How WTP Upgrades May Affect Your Water

January 31, 2017

Skagit PUD is currently conducting needed upgrades to its chemical feed system at the Judy Reservoir Water Treatment Plant (WTP). The upgrades are anticipated to be finished later in the spring.

Throughout the disinfection process, the WTP adds a variety of different chemicals to raw water to kill germs, improve taste, remove odor and minerals that can cause staining, and help settle out particles in the water.

During the upgrade, customers may experience periodic changes in the water characteristics, including the occasional presence of a chlorine smell or metallic taste. Please be assured that your water continues to be safe to drink and meets all requirements set forth by the Washington State Department of Health. Any changes to water conditions will be short-lived, and differences in taste or smell are expected to be minimal. We appreciate your patience.

If you have questions or concerns about your water quality, please contact Emilia Blake, Water Quality / Water Treatment Plant Lab Coordinator, at (360) 848-2135 or emiliablake@skagitpud.org.