Snohomish County PUD Rate Increase Coming

No April Fool’s, Snohomish County PUD power customers will see a general 2 percent rate increase on April 1st this year. The generate rate increase was recently approved by the PUD Board of Commissioners and is in response to rising operational costs including higher... Read More.

New PUD North County Office Coming To Arlington

Snohomish County PUD has started construction on a new North County Community Office complex in Arlington. The complex is slated to open for customers and PUD staff by mid-2024, replacing the aging 1950s era Stanwood and Arlington PUD community offices.The new community office will... Read More.

Available Now – New Fast PUD EV Chargers

Need to charge your Electric Vehicle (EV) and happen to be zipping along I-5 or the Hewitt Ave Trestle in Everett? The Snohomish County PUD has two new EV fast chargers at their downtown Everett headquarters building on California Street, just off I-5 and... Read More.

Summer PUD Projects To Hit The Road

Each summer, the power utilities that serve the North Sound have crews out in the field conducting key maintenance, fresh installations and trimming vegetation away from power lines to enhance reliability during the winter storm season.Snohomish County PUD just announced what their key summer... Read More.

PUD Solar Project To Benefit Project PRIDE

Project PRIDE, managed by St. Vincent de Paul, provides one-time grants to families and individuals who need help paying their power bills. Snohomish County PUD has stepped up to the plate by planning to build a new solar project adjacent to Walter E. Hall... Read More.

PUD Crews Working For You This Summer

The summer season means that not only will road crews be conducting a number of road maintenance and improvement projects, but so will Snohomish County PUD. Summer is when their crews can be making electric system improvements and preventive maintenance projects ahead of the... Read More.


The phrase ‘free of charge’ just became real. The Snohomish County Public Utility District is offering a $400 account credit to customers who recently purchased an EV (electric vehicle). As Snohomish County continues to reduce its carbon footprint by using clean energy production with... Read More.

SnoCo PUD Signed Major Emergency Declaration

The declaration will allow for interagency support in the form of aid in responding to outages, downed trees, or any situation related to the ongoing storm and gale watch, reports King5 this AM.Although Snohomish County PUD has restored power to over 44,000 homes since... Read More.