FOR UTILITY EMERGENCIES CALL 253.531.5666

HOURS OF OPERATION WILL BE MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY - 7:00AM TO 5:30PM

PLW, Your Mutual, is a Member of Washington Rural Electric Cooperative Association (WRECA). WRECA represents approximately 20 small mutual electric companies and rural electric cooperatives throughout Washington. WRECA's mission is to proactively influence the regulatory environment in the best interests of the consumer-owned-electric utilities in the State of Washington.

 

 

 

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12918 Park Avenue
PO Box 44426
Tacoma, WA 98448-0426
Telephone: (253) 531-5666
Fax: (253) 531-2684

 

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NO ELECTRIC RATE INCREASE IN 2018


APPROXIMATE 2% WATER RATE INCREASE EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 2018

Parkland Light & Water Company is pleased to announce that there will NOT be an electric rate increase in 2018, however, an approximate 2% water rate increase will go into effect April 1, 2018.


Monthly, your Board of Trustees reviews PL&W's financials, to include details regarding cash receivables, cash disbursements and cash position (capital and operational).

Additionally, your Board of Trustees reviews in-depth a projected annual budget for the upcoming year. This annual budget includes proposed capital projects, projected revenues/expenses and budget assumptions.

 

2018 increase in expenses include items such as a 5.3% increase in power from BPA, 0.12% increase in transmission rates from BPA, a 2018 Spill Charge from BPA of $80,539, a 3% increase in labor and an average 1% increase in medical benefits. Additionally, PL&W has budgeted over $500,000 for AC main replacement in 2018.

 

Due to PLW's financial strength, PLW is able to absorb the majority of projected increases in operational expense during the 2018 calendar year.

 

Parkland Light & Water Company continues to remain one of the lowest cost electric utilities in the county and state. As always, please call if you have any questions.

 

Sincerely,
Susan Cutrell
General Manager
Parkland Light & Water Company

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SCAM ARTISTS CONTINUE
Recently there have been attempts by criminals to steal money from our customers. These criminals claim that our customers will be disconnected if they don’t pay them immediately with a gift card or with cash. A customer will never be disconnected on a day when our business office is closed. If you have any questions please call our business office during normal business hours Monday through Thursday 7:00 am to 5:30 pm at (253) 531-5666.

 

BEWARE OF SCAM ARTIST

Recently there has been attempts by criminals claiming to be Tacoma Power personnel demanding Parkland Light and Water customers pay immediately or they would be disconnected or requesting our customers meet them somewhere with cash or they would be disconnected.  We are not affiliated with Tacoma Power and will not receive cash or payment at your door or at some other obscure location.  If you are a Parkland Light and Water customer and are unsure about a claim of disconnection made over the telephone tell the person you will call your utility and call us at 253-531-5666.


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