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Day Use Park Closed on Friday, April 16

The Day Use Park will be closed on Friday, April 16. 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.

News, Recreation

2021 Kids’ Fishing Derby to be held on June 12

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, […]

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JOB OPENING: Cowlitz Falls Project Engineer

Lewis County Public Utility District is seeking a Project Engineer who will be responsible for providing engineering and support services relating to the District’s Cowlitz Falls Hydroelectric Project and Mill Creek Hydroelectric Project, and other duties as assigned. More information at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lcpud

Outage News

Planned Outage: Vader area on March 10th, from 11:50 p.m. to midnight

The Hendrickson Road, Brim Creek Road, and nearby roads of Vader will experience a planned power outage on Wednesday, March 10th, from approximately 11:50 p.m. to midnight, to allow Cowlitz PUD to perform maintenance. The outage will impact approx. 110 customers and is expected to last less than 10 minutes. Letters were sent to affected […]

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PUD announces launch of LED security & street light conversion project.

Lewis County PUD is excited to announce that beginning in February 2021 and continuing through 2022, existing PUD-owned high-pressure sodium street light fixtures will be replaced with new, low-cost, energy-efficient LED street light fixtures. LED street light fixtures have many benefits, including: Cost & Energy Efficient. LED lights will be cheaper for the customer to […]

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Energy efficiency grants available to low-income households.

Lewis County PUD has grants available to low-income households who could benefit from a ductless heat pump, insulation, or windows. Do you have an energy efficiency project in mind, but don’t know if you qualify? Call us: (360) 345-1493. For more information and the application, please visit: www.lcpud.org/low-income