Snohomish County Public Utility District No. 1 is a consumer-owned utility that was created by
voters in 1936 to provide electricity and water service. On December 31, 2006, the District
served approximately 310,000 electric customers and approximately 18,000 water customers,
making it the 12th largest public utility district in the nation and the largest in the state.
A Board of Commissioners composed of three local citizens serving staggered, six-year terms,
governs the District. The Board of Commissioners set rates and policy and appoints the General
Manager to run the Districtís day-to-day operations. In 2006 the District had combined operating
revenues of approximately $635.9 million and ended the year with approximately 900 full- and
The District maintains three systems: electric, generation and water. They are separately
financed and the District maintains separate books and records for each.
The Districtís electric system serves nearly 310,000 customers in a service area of approximately
2,200 square miles in Snohomish County and Camano Island in Island County.
The Districtís Water System serves approximately 18,000 customers in Lake Stevens, the Granite
Falls area, Dubuque, Sunday Lake, Skylite, Pilchuck 10, Lake Roesiger, Kayak and May Creek.
Most of the customers are supplied with water purchased from the City of Everett and some are
provided with well water.
In addition, the District owns the Jackson Hydroelectric Project and the Everett Cogeneration
The above information is from the State Auditors (Audit Report Search) webpage
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Here's a link to the Snohomish County PUD Public Utility District webpage. http://www.snopud.com
Here's a link to the 2006 Snohomish County PUD employees list. http://lbloom.net/xpudsno06.html Includes Gross Pay, Benefits, Overtime, Vacation, Total Hours, ect,,
Here's the Snohomish County PUD Public Utility District employees and salaries list I received on 9/7/2002
Here's the freedom of information request letter I sent to Snohomish County PUD.
Here's the response e-mail I got from Snohomish County PUD.
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A freedom of information letter template is at http://www.splc.org/foiletter.asp
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