No Better Time to Connect
Learn about the possibility of fast connectivity by calling the PUD today. Since the establishment in 2012, the PUD has 2,591 fiber end-users and 107 wireless end-users.
Call our office to confirm fiber availability in your area. If fiber is available, choose an authorized Retail Service Provider for your broadband/internet services.
Retail Service Providers
The success of the District’s fiber infrastructure can only occur with the important alliances that have been established with our/your Retail Service Providers. The Washington State legislators facilitated PUD’s telecommunication infrastructure capacity sharing but strictly in a wholesale role. The Retail Service Providers are the link to the consumer. The District has agreements with the following Retail Service Providers. Please contact them for your bandwidth needs. Working together, solutions, where possible, will be sought that address the infrastructure requirements.
For more detailed information about the standard and business class services provided by the Retail Service Provider please select this link - "Standard Class and Premium Class services".
Please visit the PUD's Community Network Service website for more information about our Broadband services.
Community Network Service (CNS) Policies and Fees
Click to download and view the current CNS Policies and Fees