Bulk Water Fill Stations Now Open for Business

April 15, 2016

Skagit PUD has launched two new bulk water fill stations that allow for 24-hour daily access to bulk water for our customers. The bulk water fill stations are sites where commercial business, agricultural operations and the general public can purchase large volumes of water at easily accessible locations.

 

New Billing System Launched

March 21, 2016

Skagit Public Utility District has launched its new customer-care and billing system that manages critical customer-information data such as billings, meter reads, payment processing and service connections.

 
May
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Commission Meeting, 05.03.2016

The commissioners hold open meetings each Tuesday of the 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) 424-8764
customerservice@skagitpud.org
engineering@skagitpud.org
construction@skagitpud.org

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Waugh Road Construction

Construction crews will be installing a new 12-inch waterline in Mount Vernon on Waugh Road, from the Kulshan Trail up the hill to Fir Street.

The project will last about 5 weeks, ending around the May 17. Traffic in the area will be reduced to one lane during construction hours.

For questions about this project, please contact Engineering Technician Chris Smith at (360) 848-4463 or ChrisSmith@skagitpud.org.

New Bill Look, New Account Numbers

Customers receiving bills after March 21 will get a new look to their bills. Skagit PUD launched a new customer billing system in March. Customers will now see a Water Use History table that provides more detailed information about water usage. Gone is the water use graph.

With the upgrade, customers will also be assigned new account numbers. Customers wishing to pay online must use their new account number to login, which are on all bills received after March 21. Otherwise, during the transition, customers will need to call in and request their new account number. Online payment and bill history information is in the process of being updated.

Thank you for your patience during this system upgrade.