Prepare for a power outage
The last few years have seen a record number of wildfires. Prevention can go a long way!
Prevent tree-related safety risks
The removal of potentially hazardous trees helps all members of the cooperative to have a more reliable system and a safer environment.
Protect sensitive equipment
Power fluctuations are unavoidable. Members are responsible for providing their own back-up power in case of an outage.
Call 811 before you dig!
Avoid contact with underground power lines by getting help locating electrical lines before you start shoveling or excavating. Mark the locate area with white paint and then call 811 to dispatch a locate crew. The service call is free!
Life support equipment
Please call us if you depend on medical equipment and we can put an alert on your account to ensure you get notified of planned outages. 360-376-3500.
How to use generators safely
Best practices to protect your household and home when using a portable generator.
7 Steps to Electrical Safety
Our members use electricity safely every day, yet we want everyone to know about the potential dangers.
Learn the basics about electricity
Delivering electricity safely and reliably to your home from its source is much more than wires and switches. Before the first electrons flow to become the light at your front door or in your electrical outlet, there are many other steps that take place.