P.O. Box 500
1492 Wind River Hwy
Carson, Washington 98610

Phone: 509-427-5126
Toll-Free 800-922-5329

Planned Power Outages for August & September

Skamania PUD has three planned night outages. Click here for more information.

 

 

Outage #1

Date/Time: Saturday Aug. 18th 11:55pm to Sunday Aug. 19th at 6am

Affected areas: Carson, Stabler, Home Valley

Outage #2

Date/Time: Saturday Aug. 25th 11:55pm to Sunday Aug. 26th at 9am

Affected areas*: Carson, Stabler, Home Valley, Mill A, Underwood

*Additionally, North Bonneville and Stevenson will be out of power for approximately 5 minutes at the beginning and ending of the overall outage due to BPA switching protocols at the Stevenson feed.

Outage #3

Date/Time: Saturday Sept. 15th 11:55pm to Sunday Sept. 16th at 4am

Affected areas: Carson, Stabler, Home Valley

 

 

Post last updated: 6/26/18 12:40 PM

 

Board of Commissioners

You are welcome and encouraged to attend any and all board meetings. Regular board meetings are held the first and third Mondays of each month (when Monday is a holiday, the meeting is held the following day) starting at 9 a.m. at the PUD. At these meetings, you are given the opportunity to make your opinion known to the board and to observe the conduct of regular PUD business.

Board Agendas and Meeting Minutes


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District #1, Dan Boyes

Dan Boyes was appointed to the PUD Commission in August 2016. He grew up in Naches, WA and moved his family to Skamania County in 1992. Dan started his career as an electronics technician in 1984 at Micron Technology in Boise, ID.  He currently works as a photolithography equipment tech at Linear Technology in Camas.  Dan lives in Skamania with his wife and enjoys the gorge with his 3 married children and 8 grandchildren.


 

District #2, Dave McKenzie

Dave McKenzie was elected to the Skamania County PUD Commission in 2016. He has over 40 years of experience in the Private and Public Sectors which include Banking, Real Estate and Appraising complex Commercial and Industrial Properties.  He presently serves as Skamania PUD’s appointed board member at Energy Northwest.  He and his wife Kathy have four grown children and 12 grandchildren and wouldn’t live anywhere else other than the beautiful Columbia River Gorge.


District #3, Liz Green

Liz Green began her term as Commissioner in January 2015. Liz has lived in Skamania County for over 40 years, graduating from Columbia High School. She has a BA from Washington State University in Education. She is active volunteering in community activities including the local fire department, school and church. Liz lives in Willard with her husband Ron and their three daughters.