Update on Edmonds


Snohomish County PUD is a municipal corporation of the state of Washington, formed by a majority vote of the people for the purpose of providing electric and/or water utility service. In Edmonds they serve 18,584 residential customers, 1,697 medium commercial customers, and 87 small commercial customers. They also support the installation of solar electric systems with a directory of PUD-Registered Solar Contractors, Net Metering, and the administration of State Renewable Energy Production Incentives. The City of Edmonds currently has 164 residential solar installations and 10 commercial solar installations. For more information on Solar Power click here.

The PUD is governed by a Board of Commissioners, comprised of three local citizens who represent Snohomish County and are elected on a nonpartisan basis by the people of Snohomish County and Camano Island (see Commission District map here). The commissioners represent three districts. A commissioner is elected every two years at the November general election to serve a six-year term. The commissioners establish PUD policies, set rates, adopt system plans for electric and water utilities, and approve the revenue obligations. In addition to guiding PUD operations, the commissioners appoint the CEO/general manager. Current Commissioners are: Sid Logan, President; Toni Olson, Vice President; and Rebecca Wolfe, Secretary.

Snohomish County PUD is headquartered in Everett at 2320 California Street. In addition, the PUD operates five community offices located in Arlington, Lynnwood, Monroe, Snohomish, and Stanwood. All PUD offices are open Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. Click here for a location map and contact information.

Since we are moving into Fall, and subsequently the stormy season, keep the following Snohomish County PUD information handy: online Outage Center; Outage Center phone 425.783.1001.

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