PUD Trying To Take Cold Winter Surprise Out of Everett Ratepayer’s Bills

November 11, 2014


PUD budget plan

PUD makes bill paying more predictable for Everett ratepayers.

With this past October being one of the warmest on record and now temperatures dropping into the 30s, the average PUD bill in Everett is about to jump. Neil Neroutsos at Snohomish PUD sent MyEverettNews.com a great reminder that customers in Everett can sign up to have the same PUD bill every month and even out the highs and lows that can sometimes shock Everett ratepayers when the bill comes every two months. There are also a number of programs available to seniors and others who may have trouble paying their PUD bill. Here’s the info…

Snohomish County Public Utility District offers multiple ways to make bill payments easier for customers.

Consider switching to the Budget Payment Plan, which is designed to make bill paying easier by calculating equal payments for customers each month through the year. The plan is available at any time of the year to customers with a zero balance. The PUD recommends that you obtain one year of service at your current address before starting the plan to establish an accurate payment amount. You may apply for the BPP by phone or in person at any PUD office. Customer service representatives are available to quote a monthly payment for you or answer any other questions.


Many Ways to Pay

  • By Mail
  • PUD SNOPAY online
  • Online Through Your Bank
  • At a PUD Office
  • By Phone with Credit/Debit Card


The utility also offers low-income and senior assistance programs to help customers struggling with their bills. These discount programs provide reductions of up to 60 percent off PUD electric and water bills, dependent on income levels.


To learn more about these programs, call Customer Service at 425/783-1000 or visit www.snopud.com

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