Port Ludlow-south Planned Outage Sept. 8
A planned outage affecting approximately 1,800 customers is set for September 8th in the greater Port Ludlow area.
The outage will last approximately 10 hours and is scheduled to begin at 5AM. The outage area will extend from Swansonville Rd to Thorndyke Rd south of Highway 104. Affected customers will be notified by the PUD via automated call and by postcard mailer.
The outage is part of the fish barrier removal project near Swansonville Rd and Beaver Valley Rd (SR19). The project involves construction of an 18-foot three-sided culvert.
Planned outage preparation for the home
- If you rely on medical equipment dependent on electricity, plan to ensure equipment is properly powered (backup generator or battery operation) during the outage or temporarily relocate to ensure operation.
- Charge your cell phone and have a battery backup for charging cell phone and other electronics.
- Unplug sensitive electronics prior to outage. This will helps prevent damaged if there is a power surge during the outage.
- Keep refrigerator & freezer doors closed as much as possible.
- Check PUD main page and social media channels for the latest outage updates.
For more information, please contact our customer service line at: (360) 385-5800.
ROAD CLOSURES – Beaver Valley Rd (SR19) & Swansonville Rd
The Washington Dept of Transportation has set a 10-day full roadway closure beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 5 and end at 6 a.m., Friday, Sept. 15. During the 10-day closure, a signed detour route via Center Road will lead travelers around the work zone.
For more information about the Beaver Valley Rd (SR19) closure, please visit the DOT project page here.