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.
2021 Fishing Derby Recap “FISH ON!” On Saturday, June 12, Lewis County PUD, in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service’s Randle Ranger District, hosted the annual Kids’ Fishing Derby at Lake Scanewa in Randle, WA. At least 55 kids participated, and great fun was had by all! 2021’s derby winners were: 1st Place: Wyatt Hoskins, […]
Looking for a home improvement that provides a rebate and saves money on your electric bill? Consider a heat pump water heater! Lewis County PUD has rebates available for between $300-600. Call us before you start your project to get program details! We can also provide you a list of local, qualified contractors. This rebate […]
UPDATE (2:59 p.m.): Power has been restored. Thank you for your patience. ORIGINAL: A crew is responding to an outage in the Onalaska area, affecting approximately 100 customers. To access the map of known outages, please visit: https://www.lcpud.org/outages-safety/power-outages/ If you are experiencing an outage, please call us at (800) 562-5612.
We’re Hiring! Lewis County Public Utility District is seeking an entry-level Chipperman whose main role is to assist and support the District’s tree trimming crews by falling trees and disposing of brush by chipping, burning, and hauling away. Job assignments may entail very physical manual labor, heavy lifting, equipment operating, Class A vehicle driving, working […]
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 (11:33 a.m.): Power has been restored. Thank you for your patience. ORIGINAL: A crew is responding to an outage in the Adna Area, affecting approximately 1,200 customers. If you are experiencing an outage, please call us at (800) 562-5612.
The Day Use Park will be closed Friday, April 16 through Sunday, April 18. The park will be used as a staging area to support PUD tree trimming activities in the area. Otherwise, the Day Use Park is open daily from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.