Clark County Utilities

Find Clark 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.


Battle Ground Water Department 109 Southwest 1st Street Battle Ground WA 98604 360-342-5002


City Of Washougal Utility Billing 1701 C Street Washougal WA 98671 360-835-8504

Clark Public Utilities 8600 Northeast 117th Avenue Vancouver WA 98662 360-992-8000

Clark Public Utilities 1200 Fort Vancouver Way Vancouver WA 98663 360-992-3000

Clark Regional Waste Water 8000 Northeast 52nd Court Vancouver WA 98665 360-750-5876

Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District 500 West 12th Street Vancouver WA 98660 360-696-7504

Roller Electric 14718 Northeast 117th Circle Vancouver WA 98682 360-253-8443

Utilities Department Vancouver 2323 General Anderson Avenue Vancouver WA 98661 360-487-7999

Williams Northwest Pipeline Co 1309 Northeast Brown Road Washougal WA 98671 360-834-5411

Williams Northwest Pipeline Co 8907 Northeast 219th Street Battle Ground WA 98604 360-687-3156

About Clark County Utilities

Clark County Utilities are business enterprises that provide essential public services including electricity, natural gas, water, and sewer services in Clark County, WA. Because of the infrastructure required to deliver services, a monopoly is often the most economical way for a utility service to operate. Clark County Public Utility Companies serve all of the customers for a particular service in Clark County.

You may contact Utilities for questions about:
  • Clark County Utilities billing and payments
  • Sewer rates and water bills
  • Setting up Utilities
  • Power outages
  • Natural gas hookups
Public & Private Utility Companies

Utilities in Clark County, Washington may be publicly owned enterprises or private companies. In both cases, the primary source of revenue supporting the Utility is user fees paid by customers. In the case of publicly owned Utilities, the assets of the Utility are owned by the Clark County Government Utilities Department, but it operates as a self-sustaining public enterprise supported by its own revenues rather than relying on taxes to fund operations.

Public Utilities Commissions in Clark County, Washington

In Washington, Utilities are regulated by the Clark County Public Services Commissions or Public Utilities Commission. Public Services Commissions are necessary when monopolies exist or in cases where competition is very limited, to ensure that Clark County consumers receive safe, reliable, and reasonably priced services from competent and financially viable companies. Clark County Utilities must receive approval for the rates they charge and they are also required to demonstrate to the Clark County Public Services Commission that they have plans to maintain an infrastructure capable of supporting current and future demand for services.

Electric Utilities

Clark County Electric Utilities are the most likely to function as a hybrid of monopoly and competitive services. Only one system for transmitting and delivering electricity to customers is feasible in a given service area such as Clark County, WA. Therefore, transmission and distribution of electricity operates as a monopoly and customers do not have a choice when selecting their Clark County electric power company. However, the electricity in the Clark County electric grid may come from numerous suppliers.

Water Utilities

Water Utility Services in Clark County provide potable tap water directly to residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional customers through a distribution system.

Sewer Utilities

Clark County Sewer Service Companies receive wastewater from customers via sanitary sewers at a wastewater treatment plant. The Sewer Utility treats the wastewater to reduce pollutants before it is released into Clark County waterways.

Natural Gas Utilities

Clark County Natural Gas Companies are essentially local distribution companies that deliver natural gas, received from large capacity interstate or intrastate pipelines, to individual customers through small diameter distribution pipelines.