How to Save Money on Your Snohomish PUD Bill

(Last Updated On: June 27, 2018)

In addition to discounts of up to 60% for low income customers, Snohomish PUD offers several other money-saving programs.

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Low income customers get discounts!

If you are low income, then you could receive a discount of either 20%, 40% or 60% off your Snohomish PUD electric and water bills! Qualifying customers must meet strict income guidelines to qualify. Income requirements and application instructions can be found on the PUD website.

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You can avoid fluctuating bill amounts by enrolling in the budget billing program. Snohomish PUD will divide your average annual electrical use by 12 in order to calculate your new monthly payment. Before you can enroll, you will need to live at your address for at least 12 months. Otherwise, the PUD would not have sufficient data to calculate a reasonable monthly payment.

New customers can avoid a security deposit by either submitting a letter of credit or showing a satisfactory credit history with another utility . For more information about this helpful service, visit the Snohomish PUD website.

Snohomish PUD power substation
By SounderBruce from Seattle, United States (Power substation in Marysville) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Get help with your Snohomish PUD bill!

Grants of up to $1,000 can help low income customers pay their energy bills. You may receive a different amount based on your income, household size, heat bill and housing type. Applications can be submitted every year, beginning around November 15 and closing when funding runs out. Click here for more information about the LIHEAP program, which is administered by Snohomish County.

The county also provides free weatherization assistance. Both owners and renters can use this program, which may assist with window repair, heating systems, leak sealing, caulking, weather stripping and insulation. Renters must have landlord approval for this program. Call the County at (425) 388-7205 for more information. Camano Island customers can contact the Opportunity Council at 1 (800) 317-5427.

Project PRIDE (Providing Relief for Individuals Dependent on Energy), administered by St. Vincent de Paul, offers grants up to $125 to assist with energy bills. Call (425) 374-1243 for more information.

Snohomish PUD offers rebates and rewards!

Snohomish PUD offers other services, also. They offers rebate ductless heating pumps, efficient lighting, efficient showerheads, weatherization and more. They also offer specific rewards for the purchase of specific energy-efficient improvements.

Energy Smart Loans are offered by Snohomish County to assist with energy conservation improvements, such as insulation and window upgrades. You could receive up to $35,000 in low interest loans!

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