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An EV car show, food truck and electric bus in front of PUD headquarters

Mark Your Calendar

Free fun for the entire family at our PUD Electric Building Headquarters (2320 California Street in Everett).
Saturday, April 27, 11 am to 2 pm

Click here to view a map of the action!

Truckstravaganza! (aka Touch a Truck)

Children, and those young at heart, will be dazzled by the opportunity to get up close to PUD vehicles and other first-responder trucks. Meet the men and women of the PUD and have your picture taken in a PUD bucket truck!

Guests explore a variety of large trucks from the PUD and other community organizations during the Energy Block Party

EV car show

Here’s a chance to check out a variety of electric vehicles without the pressure of a salesperson. Get the dish on EVs from your neighbors who own them.

Energize your home

Do you have a passion for saving money? Do you love giveaways? After you’ve enjoyed the outside festivities, come inside the PUD lobby to learn about how you can save money on your energy bill. Find out what the PUD is planning for the future, see how the utility is working to protect our environment, and grab some fun giveaways.

The High-Voltage Demonstration Trailer creates a brilliant arc of energy

Watch a dazzling electrical safety demonstration

Our high-voltage demonstration trailer will be on scene and in action at the following times:

  • 11:30 am
  • 12:15 pm
  • 1 pm
  • 1:45 pm

Special presentations

In the PUD Auditorium. Auditorium ADA entrance is just past the restrooms.

Pump up the Comfort: Whole House Energy Efficiency
11:15 am. to 12:15 pm, PUD Auditorium
Audience members will have the opportunity to learn the most cost-effective ways to make their homes more comfortable year-round. Attendees will be able to participate in a drawing to win a prize to help make their homes more energy efficient.
Session will cover:

  1. How to know where to start: insulation, windows and heat pumps.
  2. How to choose a contractor. What questions should you be asking and what should you expect.
  3. What incentives are available from the PUD and through the Inflation Reduction Act.
  4. How to finance energy improvements on your home.
  5. Your questions! Bring your questions for our experts.

Door prizes (click here to learn more)! Attendance is limited to the first 300 people.


The Home of the Future: From Solar Energy to Battery Storage
12:30 to 1:30 pm, PUD Auditorium
Have you been thinking about solar panels for your home? What about battery and microgrid technology? Audience members will have the opportunity to learn about solar at home and the future of residential battery storage.
Session will cover:

  1. How to know where to start when it comes to solar energy.
  2. How to choose a contractor. What questions should you be asking and what should you expect.
  3. What incentives are available from the PUD and through the Inflation Reduction Act.
  4. How to finance solar on your home.
  5. Current Community Solar efforts.
  6. What is the PUD doing for battery storage and what you can do as a homeowner.
  7. Your questions! Bring your questions for our experts.

Door prizes (click here to learn more)! Attendance is limited to the first 300 people.


But wait, there’s more…

Folks lining up to enjoy a tasty treat from Ryan's Rez-ipes gourmet food truck

Walk, bike, carpool or ride the bus

The PUD has limited parking available in its lower lot to the west of the building along California Street. There is also a small amount of street parking in the neighborhood along residential roads. The PUD’s headquarters are located three quarters of a mile north of the Everett Station transit hub. Everett Transit routes 3, 4 and 7 run by the PUD’s headquarters, as well as several Community Transit routes.

Options to consider for nearby parking include:

  • Snohomish County Garage – 3000 Rockefeller Avenue, Everett, WA 98201 (website)
  • 2801 Wetmore Ave. Garage – 1712 California St, Everett, WA 98201. Corner of Wetmore and California.
  • Everpark Garage – 2815 Hoyt Ave, Everett, WA 98201 (website)
  • Street parking – (rules here)

Click here for photos of last year’s fun