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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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Upcoming Emergency Preparedness Events

Like us, the recent Cascadia Rising earthquake preparedness event may have put emergencies in the forefront of your mind. We may not face a major earthquake…

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Managing Assets, Bursting Pipes at the 73rd Ave / 181st St Project

You may have noticed some traffic delays by the old fire station on 73rd.   Really, it’s not a deliberate attempt to frustrate your commute! This construction…

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SPU Tests Show Water Is Safe – Update on Lead Concerns

The following news release was issued on April 24, 2016 from Seattle Public Utilities.  *Northshore Utility District customers please note: As we…

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Response to Tacoma/Seattle New Lead Concerns

We understand your concerns with water safety due to Tacoma Water’s recently identified lead issues in the news, and Seattle Public Utilities’ recent response,…

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NUD’s New Boat / Lake Line Inspection Project

NUD’s recently acquired pontoon boat—unofficially named the “S.S. Ewer”—began its inaugural inspections along the shores of Lake Washington this spring. The…

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Your Water Is Safe! Why Flint, MI Situation Won’t Happen Here

The ongoing news coverage of the public water crisis in Flint, Michigan has understandably raised concerns everywhere about water safety.  Northshore Utility…

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NUD Public Auction of Surplus Items

Northshore Utility District is holding a public auction of surplus items.  Details on how to participate and full list of surplus items up for auction provided…

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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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Upcoming Emergency Preparedness Events

Like us, the recent Cascadia Rising earthquake preparedness event may have put emergencies in the forefront of your mind. We may not face a major earthquake for 100 years—or, it could happen within 10.  We may see major winter wind storms again this year that find thousands without power. In any…

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Managing Assets, Bursting Pipes at the 73rd Ave / 181st St Project

You may have noticed some traffic delays by the old fire station on 73rd.   Really, it’s not a deliberate attempt to frustrate your commute! This construction work is actually part of our larger asset management program, a very technical way of saying: The District (which is all of our ratepayers)…

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SPU Tests Show Water Is Safe – Update on Lead Concerns

The following news release was issued on April 24, 2016 from Seattle Public Utilities.  *Northshore Utility District customers please note: As we previously published, lead does not come from the water source but from older plumbing materials built with lead-based solder, brass fixtures, or…

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Response to Tacoma/Seattle New Lead Concerns

We understand your concerns with water safety due to Tacoma Water’s recently identified lead issues in the news, and Seattle Public Utilities’ recent response, recommending customers run water before drinking.  The following information is to help explain the issue and how to make sure you are…

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NUD’s New Boat / Lake Line Inspection Project

NUD’s recently acquired pontoon boat—unofficially named the “S.S. Ewer”—began its inaugural inspections along the shores of Lake Washington this spring. The aging sewer systems located along the lake line have been notoriously difficult to access without disturbing residences.  But maintaining…

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Your Water Is Safe! Why Flint, MI Situation Won’t Happen Here

The ongoing news coverage of the public water crisis in Flint, Michigan has understandably raised concerns everywhere about water safety.  Northshore Utility District (NUD) has been watching the situation closely. For those concerned, we want to first assure you that our water, tested daily, is…

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NUD Public Auction of Surplus Items

Northshore Utility District is holding a public auction of surplus items.  Details on how to participate and full list of surplus items up for auction provided HERE.

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