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Become a registered PUD residential contractor

Step 1: Attend a PUD orientation meeting

Meetings are held virtually at your convenience and last approximately two hours. Trainings are scheduled for Wednesdays from 8 to 10 a.m. This is an opportunity for both of our teams to meet and answer questions. If your company has been operating under the same business name in Washington State for a minimum of two years, please send an email to to request an invitation to the next scheduled meeting.

The orientation provides an overview of program benefits and expectations, so that you can decide whether your company wants to commit to joining. Before attending, please review the documents and requirements outlined on this page, as well as the program information found on our residential contractor resources page.

Step 2: Send in your application

Should you decide to continue with your application to join the program, the following steps must be completed within 30 days of your orientation. 

Complete the Trade Ally Agreement

Attend PUD installation & sales training meeting(s)

Trainings are held for windows, insulation/duct sealing, and heat pumps within 3 weeks of each orientation. Send your installation and sales staff for each type of work your company wishes to be authorized to perform through the program.

Provide Washington state licenses

Provide a copy of your Washington State Master License (also known as “Business License”) and your Contractor License (issued by the Department of Labor & Industries). Ensure that your Certificate of Coverage is up-to-date.

Obtain insurance

Obtain the following types of insurance policies naming Public Utility District No. 1 of Snohomish County as an additionally insured party, and provide copies of the certificates and endorsements:

  • Commercial general liability – including completed operations:
    • Bodily injury/property damage – Combined single limit: One million dollars each occurrence
  • Automobile insurance – including completed operations:
    • Bodily injury/property damage – Combined single limit: One million dollars each occurrence

Complete a W-9

Return a completed W-9 IRS Form for required taxpayer information

Where to send your application documents

All necessary documents from Step 2 can be delivered by any of the following methods. You will be notified when your application has been approved, and invited to provide content for your online directory listing at that time.


Send to


John Petosa E2
Snohomish PUD
P.O. Box 1107
Everett, WA 98206-1107

Hand deliver

John Petosa
Snohomish PUD
2320 California Street
Everett WA 98201