Jefferson County PUD’s online bill paying application, Smart Hub, allows customers more control over their utility account. View and compare usage data, report outages instantly, or pay your bill anytime with the tap of a finger, either on your home computer or smartphone via downloadable mobile app. Going paperless saves trees, prevents waste, and reduces costs for the PUD.

Sign up before September 30th and enter to win an Echo Spot!

The Echo Spot is a small smart home speaker with a touch screen display. It looks a lot like a magic eight ball. Use it to play music, control your smart home devices, as a home video intercom, or to call your friends and family. Control it with your voice using Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant. Come by our customer service office to see one on display.

A random drawing will be held on October 1st to pick the winner. All customers who’ve signed up for paperless billing in August and September are eligible to win.

Sign-up instructions below or go straight to Smart Hub

    • Go to Click on New User signup

      Make sure to have your paper bill on hand to get your account number entered

    • Once signed in, click “My Profile” on the top bar and then select “Update My Printed Bill Settings”

      Make sure to turn the “Printed Bill Status” to OFF to go paperless.

    • Pay Online with your credit card or bank account. Pay anytime of day or night. Or sign up for Autopay and have your bill paid automatically every month.

    • On the home page of your Smart Hub account you’ll find links to Google and Apple’s app stores to download the mobile application for your smartphone or tablet. You can also download the app directly from your device’s app store by searching for “Smart Hub.”

      Once downloaded, Smart Hub functions like any app on your phone or tablet. Use it any time to manage your Jefferson PUD account.

    • Track your electric or water usage over time. Some electric customers can even see daily usage information.

    • On the Smart Hub Home Page you can access everything you need to manage your PUD account. Find links to our monthly newsletter, report an outage, or donate money to neighbors in need.