“…To conserve the water and power resources of the
State of Washington for the benefit of the people thereof, and to
supply public utility service, including water and electricity for all uses.”
Public Utility District #1 of Whatcom County is your community-based water and electric utility. With a locally elected Board of Commissioners, the PUD #1 has been meeting the utility needs of Whatcom County industries for over 60 years.
The PUD #1 is also involved in local environmental, salmon habitat restoration, and utility issues in an effort to better serve the residents of Whatcom County.
PUD #1 of Whatcom County, one of 28 PUDs in Washington State, is proud of its tradition of supporting requests for action from the citizens of Whatcom County.
“I am moved not only to devote diligence
but even love to any matters under my care (which I bring now) to the
duties of Water Commissioner, duties contributing partly to the convenience,
partly to the health, even to the safety of the city.”
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It’s national Drinking Water Week, May 7-13, and here in Washington, Governor Jay Inslee has recognized the event with a proclamation celebrating the “thousands of dedicated water system operators, scientists, engineers, local elected officials, and others who work to ensure Washington’s tap water is safe.”