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COVID-19 Customer Support Programs

Wednesday - July 22, 2020The following programs are available to Okanogan PUD customers who need assistance paying their PUD bills due to economic hardship as the result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Click for more information View Article

PUD offices open Monday through Thursday

Thursday - June 25, 2020Okanogan County PUD will open offices daily to the public beginning June 29, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Mondays through Thursdays (with July 2 closed for the holiday). The board and staff discussed the schedule changes and other COVID-19 updates at the June 22 board meeting. Customers are asked…View Article

PUD adjusts bill changes April 1

Thursday - March 25, 2021
With bill changes slated for April 1, the Okanogan County PUD will also need to change the Cost of Power Adjustment (COPA) to reflect increased costs of power from 2019 to 2020. Although the…
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Tonasket Area Outage April 9

Wednesday - March 24, 2021
There will be a 6-hour power outage in the described areas early morning of April 9, 2021. It will begin at 11:55 p.m. April 8, 2021 and last until approximately 6 a.m. April 9, 2021. The outage…
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Mid-Valley Hospital earns check from PUD

Tuesday - March 23, 2021
Much needed upgrades to several of Mid-Valley Hospital’s operations resulted in better services and an incentive check for $48,425.44 from the Okanogan County PUD. The multi-phase project began in…
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PUD bill increase funds projects

Friday - February 26, 2021
As Okanogan County PUD continues its plan for critical infrastructure upgrades, the board has approved a 3.25% overall revenue increase effective April 1. The PUD had originally planned a 2%…
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