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March 20-26th Is Fix-A-Leak Week

MARCH 20-26TH IS FIX-A-LEAK WEEK That annoying faucet drip at your bathroom sink - did you know if you let it go long enough, it can cost you more than 3,000…

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Water Leak or Ground Water?

Ground oversaturation from heavy rains can look a lot like a bad underground leak. During our last month of record-setting rainfall, NUD has fielded high…

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NUD Staff Earn Honors In Leadership Course

January 4, 2017 We are proud to announce that four members of Northshore Utility District’s operations staff recently completed an intensive leadership course…

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Dave McMorris Recognized for Workplace Leadership

December 8, 2016 - Northshore Utility District (NUD) Inventory and Purchasing Specialist Dave McMorris will be highlighted in an upcoming publication of the…

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Juanita H.S. Teacher and Bothell Resident Matt Breysse Appointed as Commissioner

November 29, 2016 Newly-appointed NUD Commissioner Matt Breysse(L) [shown here with District legal counsel KinnonWilliams at right] was sworn into office on…

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District to Adopt New Sewer System Connection Charge for the Totem Lake Area

UPDATED:  Sewer System Capacity Expansion Connection Charge for the Totem Lake Area In late 2015, the City of Kirkland adopted new land-use and zoning…

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Your Water Is Safe to Drink! Response to Chromium 6 Concerns

Recent news stories published concerns about levels of chromium 6 in drinking water systems nationwide. We want to assure you that your water is safe to drink!…

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In Memoriam of Commissioner Margaret Wiggins

The District’s long-time Commissioner, Margaret Wiggins, passed away unexpectedly on August 24, 2016, at age 63.  She served on the District’s Board of…

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Accepting Applications for New Commissioner

Position Open for New Commissioner With the untimely passing of late long-time Commissioner Margaret Wiggins, State laws require that the remaining members of…

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Extreme Heat Warning in Place

With the Excessive Heat Warning in place from Thursday afternoon through Sunday, King County shares some helpful information on ways to stay safe - see…

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March 20-26th Is Fix-A-Leak Week

MARCH 20-26TH IS FIX-A-LEAK WEEK That annoying faucet drip at your bathroom sink - did you know if you let it go long enough, it can cost you more than 3,000 gallons of water per year? That’s enough water to take more than 180 showers!  These kind of small leaks – let alone larger ones – use up…

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Water Leak or Ground Water?

Ground oversaturation from heavy rains can look a lot like a bad underground leak. During our last month of record-setting rainfall, NUD has fielded high numbers of calls from residents concerned about water leaks.  At first glance, it looks like a break in an underground water line:  water is…

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NUD Staff Earn Honors In Leadership Course

January 4, 2017 We are proud to announce that four members of Northshore Utility District’s operations staff recently completed an intensive leadership course through the Dale Carnegie Institute, winning several awards throughout the program. Brian Gumke, Water Quality and Safety Officer, earned…

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Dave McMorris Recognized for Workplace Leadership

December 8, 2016 - Northshore Utility District (NUD) Inventory and Purchasing Specialist Dave McMorris will be highlighted in an upcoming publication of the Washington Association of Sewer & Water Districts (WASWD).  The feature invited WASWD member agencies to nominate staff who represent…

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Juanita H.S. Teacher and Bothell Resident Matt Breysse Appointed as Commissioner

November 29, 2016 Newly-appointed NUD Commissioner Matt Breysse(L) [shown here with District legal counsel KinnonWilliams at right] was sworn into office on Monday,November 21, 2016.On Monday, November 21, 2016, newly-appointed Northshore Utility District Commissioner Matt Breysse was sworn into…

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District to Adopt New Sewer System Connection Charge for the Totem Lake Area

UPDATED:  Sewer System Capacity Expansion Connection Charge for the Totem Lake Area In late 2015, the City of Kirkland adopted new land-use and zoning provisions for the Totem Lake “Urban Center.”  The revised zoning provisions will allow for much higher densities of development, including…

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Your Water Is Safe to Drink! Response to Chromium 6 Concerns

Recent news stories published concerns about levels of chromium 6 in drinking water systems nationwide. We want to assure you that your water is safe to drink!  Please reference page 4 of our 2016 Water Quality Report for specific data - located at www.nud.net/waterquality. All results show safe,…

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In Memoriam of Commissioner Margaret Wiggins

The District’s long-time Commissioner, Margaret Wiggins, passed away unexpectedly on August 24, 2016, at age 63.  She served on the District’s Board of Commissioners continuously since 1998. Margaret first ran for the Board position in 1997 to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of another…

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Accepting Applications for New Commissioner

Position Open for New Commissioner With the untimely passing of late long-time Commissioner Margaret Wiggins, State laws require that the remaining members of the Board of Commissioners appoint a replacement to serve in Margaret's position. To that end, the District will accept applications for a…

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Extreme Heat Warning in Place

With the Excessive Heat Warning in place from Thursday afternoon through Sunday, King County shares some helpful information on ways to stay safe - see www.kcemergency.com. The tips include: Checking in on neighbors or relatives who may be vulnerable to the heat. Visiting air conditioned places…

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