Utility Relief Programs

Clallam PUD Utility Relief Program

All PUD information below found on here.

NOTE: Governor Inslee announced additional COVID-19 financial support funds including $15 million for energy bills for low-income households. These funds are being managed through LIHEAP which is administered by Olympic Community Action Programs.  View the flyer including income guidelines here. If you believe you qualify we encourage you to apply as soon as possible at their website at www.olycap.org.

We understand that many customers may be experiencing hardship during this time due to job layoffs or reduced hours. Please note that we have suspended disconnects and late fees through the end of July, even though you may still receive an automated disconnect notification generated by the system. Balances owed will still need to be paid. If you feel you will have difficulty paying your bill, please contact our customer service department at 360-452-9771 so we can arrange a payment plan with you. We encourage managing your energy usage wisely, especially if you have more household members staying home than is normal. For tips on ways to save energy visit the Energy.gov Energy Saver page.

For Clallam PUD’s utility assistance programs, please visit our assistance page.

Clallam PUD also offers a pre-paid meter account called “SmartPay.” This works similar to a prepaid cell phone plan. The benefit is that if you currently have a deposit on file with us, by switching to SmartPay, that deposit is freed up and applied to your balance. Find out more here.

City of Port Angeles Funds for city residents

  • Utility relief

As of January 1st, 2021, the City is no longer able to offer utility, rental, and mortgage assistance because funding has been expended. If you are still in need of assistance the City offers low income discounts to City utilities as another option of financial assistance, click the image below to access the Utility Discount Application.

We encourage you to apply if you have not already done so. Additionally, if you cannot pay your bill, you may set up payment arrangements by contacting Customer Service at 360-457-0411, or utilities@cityofpa.us.

Donation Opportunity

If you would like to make a monthly or one time donation to help those less fortunate with their utility bills, please consider our Pass the Buck Program (PDF).

Broadband Test and Survey

Please take the following broadband test and survey from your business and home computer. We also highly encourage you to share the link with anyone in the county who lives or works here. The more data we have, the better!
Scroll to the middle of the following website page to take the Speed Test.
Don’t worry about the filling out the survey.
Department of Commerce has a map that shows the results. You can zoom in to any area of the state.

Thank you for helping us to understand broadband speeds in Clallam County!

Rural Development COVID-19 Response

Updated March 30, 2021 — USDA Rural Development has taken a number of immediate actions to help rural residents, businesses, and communities affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. Rural Development will keep our customers, partners, and stakeholders continuously updated as more actions are taken to better serve rural America. Please bookmark this page and check back regularly as circumstances are changing daily and the width and depth of our responses to your questions and concerns will certainly increase. A PDF of all Immediate Actions to date is available in English and Spanish , and below you will find in-depth information on the immediate actions we are taking separated by program area.

Covid-19 Rural Resource Guide:



Immediate Actions Factsheet:

Word Document

PDF English

PDF Spanish

For assistance:

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