Snohomish County Utilities

Find Snohomish 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.


All Around Gas Service 12819 Bollenbaugh Hill Road Monroe WA 98272 360-794-8898


Arlington Utility Billing 238 North Olympic Avenue Arlington WA 98223 360-403-3421

City Of Edmonds Utility Billing 121 5th Avenue North Edmonds WA 98020 425-771-0241

Everett City Utilities Office 3101 Cedar Street Everett WA 98201 425-257-8999

Highland Water District 24602 Old Owen Road Monroe WA 98272 360-794-6900

Lake Alyson Water Inc 19203 Smokey Point Boulevard Arlington WA 98223 360-652-8900

Mukilteo Water and Wastewater District 7824 Mukilteo Speedway Mukilteo WA 98275 425-348-3560

North Coast Electric 3900 Smith Avenue Everett WA 98201 425-259-7263

North Ridge Water Corporation 6317 Northridge Drive Snohomish WA 98290 360-568-4875

Olympic View Water and Sewer District 8128 228th Street Southwest Edmonds WA 98026 425-774-7769

Roosevelt Water Association 9818 190th Avenue Southeast Snohomish WA 98290 360-794-3522

Silverlake Water District 15205 41st Avenue Southeast Bothell WA 98012 425-337-3647

Snohomish County Public Utility District 120 East Fremont Street Monroe WA 98272 360-794-3900

Snohomish County Public Utility District 210 East Division Street Arlington WA 98223 360-435-7500

Warm Beach Water Association 17212 84th Avenue Northwest Stanwood WA 98292 360-652-7660

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.