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In our communities

In the 70-plus years we’ve been your public-power provider, we’ve seen a lot of change. One thing that’s stayed true through the decades is that nothing matters more than community.

News & community stories

Catch the latest press releases, customer publications and community stories from Team PUD.
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Looking for something to do? Check out this list of local happenings.
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Education resources

Education is energizing! We offer free, high-quality programs for local students and teachers.
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Energy Block Party

Join this special community event at the PUD on Earth Day, April 22!
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Help a neighbor in need

Your tax-deductible donations to Project PRIDE directly benefit local people in need.
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Power Talks

Monthly lunchtime virtual conversations with PUD experts designed to bring you more information on topics of interest to many.
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5K/10K Run for Warmth

Supporting Project PRIDE, a PUD program that helps those struggling to pay their energy bills.
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Check out our Little Free Libraries

PUD Community Offices in Lynnwood and Monroe feature Little Free Libraries. They are stocked with donated books, science kits and special giveaway items for community members.

The library cases were generously built, painted and installed as part of an Eagle Scout project in September 2020.

Little Free Libraries is a nonprofit organization that inspires a love of reading, builds community and sparks creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges around the world. With the help of Little Free Library neighborhood kiosks, millions of books are exchanged each year, profoundly increasing access to books for readers of all ages and backgrounds.

We appreciate the skill and generosity of the local Eagle Scout and are thrilled to host the Little Free Libraries. Come check them out!