Tillamook PUD Cautions Customers…Beware of Scams!

Tillamook PUD has received several reports today from local businesses and residents regarding scam activity taking place throughout our area.

In many instances, victims have described the scam situation to be over the phone from a person claiming to be a Tillamook PUD Credit Representative. The person demands money from victims, threatening to turn off their electrical service immediately if not paid. 

Tillamook PUD would like to remind our customers and community members to be please be cautious and never give out your personal or financial information to anyone without knowing to whom you are speaking. If something doesn’t sound or feel right, it probably isn’t. Call Tillamook PUD at 503-842-2535 or 800-422-2535 during regular business hours, or contact our after-hours emergency line at 503-842-2122 or 800-842-2122 if you have any doubts.


Tillamook PUD Offers Community Grants in 2019

Tillamook PUD is offering a Community Support Grant program to local non-profit organizations with projects promoting economic growth and community livability in Tillamook County. Organizations interested in applying for a grant must complete and submit an application by February 22, 2019. Applications are evaluated by the PUD Board of Directors, with final project selection in… Continue Reading

Tillamook PUD Contractors Perform Inspection and Treatment of Wood Power Poles

August 3, 2018 – Tillamook PUD has contracted with Pacific Pole Inspection to perform detailed inspections and essential treatments to 2,200 wood power poles on the District’s system. This program enhances public safety, and reduces long-term operating costs and unanticipated power outages. The wood power poles being inspected are primarily located in the north Tillamook… Continue Reading

Tillamook PUD Board of Directors Actions – July 2018

There were several action items brought before the Board of Directors at the July 17, 2018, regular scheduled Tillamook PUD Board of Directors meeting. Among these items were the First Reading of Ordinance 1-18, “An Ordinance to Establish Certain Retail Rates (Green Power)”; a request for approval of Resolution Number 18-07-05, “A Resolution to Gain… Continue Reading

Tillamook PUD ATC 20 and 45 Training

Tillamook PUD is hosting a seminar for ATC-20 Postearthquake Saftey Evaluation of Buildings (second edition) and ATC-45 Safety Evaluation of Buildings after Windstorms and Floods. The seminar training is scheduled for Wednesday, August 29, 2018, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. in the Carl Rawe Meeting room at the Tillamook PUD headquarters office.  The cost… Continue Reading

Tillamook PUD Selects Austin Weeks and Tanner Guillory for the 2018 Employment for Education Program

The Tillamook PUD Board of Directors has selected two students for the 2018 Tillamook PUD Employment for Education program, Austin Weeks and Tanner Guillory.   Austin is a Tillamook High School senior and is involved in a range of school and community activities. Some of Austin’s volunteer work includes: assistant coaching little league baseball and… Continue Reading

Tillamook PUD Recognized as a Reliable Public Power Provider

  Tillamook, OR, May 4, 2018- Tillamook People’s Utility District has earned a Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3)® diamond designation from the American Public Power Association for providing reliable and safe electric service. Neil James, Manager of Distribution Operations at ‎Santee Cooper, South Carolina and chair of the Association’s RP3 Review Panel, presented the designations… Continue Reading

Tillamook PUD Board Awards 2018 Community Grants

The Tillamook PUD Board of Directors recently awarded 13 non-profit organizations in Tillamook County funding through the 2018 Tillamook PUD Community Support Grant Program. Organizations receiving awards for their community projects are the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum, for new lighting; Camp Makuala, to update camp electrical needs and for LED lighting; Meals for Seniors, Inc.,… Continue Reading