Public Power Week

Public Power Week is an annual celebration that recognizes the important services that community-owned utilities provide.

A PUD helper serves brownies at the 2011 Customer Appreciation DinnerMore than 2,000 communities in the United States light up their homes and businesses with “public power”— electricity that comes from a community-owned utility. Each public power utility reflects its own hometown characteristics and values, but all have a common purpose: providing safe, reliable electricity at a reasonable price.

We’re Public Power

Your PUD is a community-owned utility. A locally elected Board of Directors guides us in our mission to deliver quality services and low rates. We are here to serve you, and we’re proud to have saved customers millions of dollars through lower rates since we began providing service in 1984.

Celebrate Public Power Week with Us - October 7-11, 2013

A free community dinner is the highlight of our Public Power Week celebration.  We also hold a week-long open house at our office in Deer Island.

Free Customer Appreciation Dinner - October 8, 20132012 PUD Customer Appreciation Dinner

When: Tuesday of Public Power Week from 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Where: Columbia County Event Complex
Seating is limited and tickets are required.  Tickets are available for pick-up at our office.  Limit 6 per customer, please.  

Open House

When: All week long from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Where: At our office
Stop by during Public Power Week and say hello! We'll have refreshments in the lobby, and daily prize drawings.

Find out more about Public Power

To learn more about public power, visit www.appanet.org or stop by our office during Public Power Week.