Whitewater take-out site planning documents are now available for public review and comment. Comments should be submitted no later than October 15, 2021 to firstname.lastname@example.org or by postal mail (Attn: Cowlitz Falls; PO Box 330; Chehalis, WA 98532). Second Take-Out Site Construction Report (9/15/2021) Whitewater Take-Out Site Development (09/15/21) Whitewater Take-Out Site Draft Schedule (09/15/21) […]
Due to the increasing spread of COVID-19, the customer lobbies at both the Chehalis (321 NW Pacific Avenue) and Morton (240 7th Street) offices will be closed to the public beginning Friday, August 27th, 2021. Customers who need to make a payment are encouraged to utilize one of the following options: Online at www.lcpud.org Call […]
The second quarter customer newsletter of 2021 will arrive with customers’ next billing statements. You can also read it HERE. Click on the image above to read newsletter.
Every year, Lewis County PUD offers an enrollment period for customers to set up an Equal Payment Plan (EPP). EPPs allow customers to average their previous year’s electricity usage to establish an equal monthly payment. Many customers find EPP helpful in managing their monthly budget. “The Equal Payment Plan (EPP) program helps customers lessen the […]
UPDATE: REGISTRATION HAS REACHED CAPACITY, AND IS NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN THE FISHING DERBY, AND PLEASE CONSIDER PARTICIPATING IN 2022. Lewis County PUD, in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service’s Randle Ranger Station, is excited to announce the 27th annual Kids’ Fishing Derby will be held on Saturday, June 12, […]
The first quarter customer newsletter of 2021 will arrive with customers’ next billing statements. You can also read it HERE. Click on the image above to read newsletter.
The Day Use Park will be closed during nighttime hours (5 p.m. to 7 a.m.) until further notice, due to vandalism. These new hours will be effective January 29, 2021. For more information about the Day Use Park, please click HERE.
The Day Use Park is closed, effective January 12, 2021. The Cowlitz Falls Reservoir will be lowered due to high river flows.
On December 13, the Cowlitz Falls reservoir elevation will be lowered. The Day Use Park will be closed from Dec.13 – 20, 2020
UPDATE (12/21/20): The Day Use Park has been reopened. On December 13, the Cowlitz Falls reservoir elevation will be lowered up to sixteen feet to conduct spillway gate tests. The reservoir elevation will be back to a normal level by December 21. The Day Use Park will be closed during this time.