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The Thurston County PUD Commissioners will be reconvening at 2:00 p.m. on

 Friday, May 27, 2016


 5020 Joppa St SW, Tumwater, WA 98512,

 to adjourn the May 24, 2016 Commission meeting. The meeting will be adjourned when at least two Commissioners have left the premises and a quorum no longer exists.

4-Log Treatment Project

Lead In My Drinking Water

Declaration of Emergency Tracy 2

Final Broadband Feasibility Assessment with Cities Olympia,Tumwater and Lacey

Declaration of Emergency Sky Acres

2015-2017 Strategic Plan

March Newsletter

"Project Help" Application for Low Income Assistance 

Project Updates:

Lew's 81st Update 02/10/16

Webster Hill Water System Improvements 02/04/16

Tanglewilde-Thompson Generator Project  Updated

Sward-Platt Project Update




Public Utility District No. 1 of Thurston County (Thurston PUD) was officially formed in 1938 by a vote of the people. We currently own and operate 160 water systems, serving approximately 3,500 families, businesses and schools. The PUD also manages 15 water systems for other owners representing over 900 families. Thurston PUD provides water planning and utility services to the citizens of Thurston County, and also own and operate water systems in Pierce and Lewis counties and a few water systems in Grays Harbor and Mason counties.


The PUD is governed by three Commissioners, elected by the voters of Thurston County and  elected to serve for 6 years. The Commissioners represent the three Commission districts in Thurston County. Commission meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at the PUD offices at 921 Lakeridge Way SW, Suite 301 in Olympia. The meetings start at 5:00 p.m. and are open to the public.


Payment Drop Box

We now have a payment drop box located outside of our building. You can drop your payment off at your convenience! Please do not put cash in the drop box. We will not be responsible for any payments left in the drop box.

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Application for service packet

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