King County Utilities

Find King County Washington utilities. Utilities provide information on public services including electricity (power and light companies), oil and gas (home heating and cooking), waste and sewage companies.


Ames Lake Water Association 33015 Southeast 43rd Street Fall City WA 98024 425-222-7003


Bellevue Utilities Department 450 110th Avenue Northeast Bellevue WA 98004 425-452-6932

Burton Water Co 11507 105th Place Southwest Vashon WA 98070 206-567-4688

Cedar River Water and Sewer District 18421 Southeast Petrovitsky Road Renton WA 98058 425-433-6900

City Of Auburn-Utilities Department 1 East Main Street Auburn WA 98002 253-931-3038

City Of Bothell Utility 18305 101st Avenue Northeast Bothell WA 98011 425-487-1167

City of Kirkland Utilities 915 8th Street Kirkland WA 98033 425-587-3910

Covington Water District 18631 Southeast 300th Place Kent WA 98042 253-631-0565

Dockton Water Association 9710 Southwest Windmill Street Vashon WA 98070 206-463-5600

Fall City Water District 33015 Southeast 43rd Street Fall City WA 98024 425-222-7882

Highline Water District 23828 30th Avenue South Kent WA 98032 206-824-0375

Issaquah Water Billing 130 East Sunset Way Issaquah WA 98027 425-837-3050

King City Water District 119 10801 313th Avenue Northeast Carnation WA 98014 425-844-1596

King County Water District 17630 100th Avenue Southwest Vashon WA 98070 206-463-9007

King County Water District No 111 27224 144th Avenue Southeast Kent WA 98042 253-631-3770

King County Water District No 90 15606 Southeast 128th Street Renton WA 98059 425-255-9600

Lakehaven Water and Sewer District 31627 1st Avenue South Federal Way WA 98003 253-941-1516

Maury Mutual Water Co 5210 Southwest Point Robinson Road Vashon WA 98070 206-463-9449

Northeast Sammamish Sewer and Water District 3600 Sahalee Way Northeast Sammamish WA 98074 425-868-1144

Northshore Utility District 6830 Northeast 185th Street Kenmore WA 98028 425-398-4400

About Public Utility Companies

What is a Stormwater Utility?

A Stormwater Utility is created to manage the collection and treatment of stormwater that results from runoff on streets, highways, parking lots, and other impervious surfaces. The Utility pays for the operation of the stormwater management system by charging fees to developers or the owners of property with impervious surfaces.

What is a Refuse Collection Utility?

Even though refuse, or garbage, collection can be provided by multiple service providers without a monopoly, some county and local governments create a monopoly by authorizing just one vendor or by providing the service with in-house resources. The service functions as a Refuse Collection Utility in that customers are typically charged a monthly fee or a fee based on the amount of refuse they dispose.

Can Utilities terminate a customer's service?

A Utility provider can terminate a customer's service for non-payment. However, there are often restrictions on when a Utility can terminate service. Utilities must usually give advance notice of service termination and advise the customer of steps they can take to avoid termination. In states with cold climates, there may be restrictions on terminating natural gas service, or electric service to customers who heat with electricity, during the winter months. Other restrictions involving terminating services to vulnerable customers may also apply.