Tacoma Power will begin increasing flows into the North Fork Skokomish from roughly 300 cfs (cubic feet per second) to 1150 cfs starting Tuesday, January 24, 2023 at approximately 9 AM. The flow will hold at that level for approximately 45 hours, and begin ramping down to 850 cfs on Thursday morning. The flow will stay at 850 cfs until late morning or early afternoon Friday, and then ramp back to 300 cfs late Saturday.
We’re working hard to offer the best customer experience possible during COVID-19.
Each year fall brings change. The weather, beautiful fall colors, and sun outages to name just a few. Starting September 28, 2021, the sun passing behind communications satellites will interrupt many TV channels once a day. Energy from the sun will overpower the signal from satellites orbiting the earth. Symptoms of a sun outage include […]
Hood Canal Communications (HCC), an independent cable and broadband provider serving rural Mason County, Washington, announced today that it has been awarded a grant from the WA Public Works Board to bring broadband connectivity to the Mason/Thurston county border. The entire project is estimated to cost over $240,000. Broadband connectivity will be brought to both […]
Right now, we’re presented with a unique opportunity to meaningfully support our community by supporting our local businesses. You can benefit by making some great purchases for yourself and the community can benefit by ensuring these local companies have a much stronger chance of returning to normal when the crisis has passed. It’s truly […]