GRANT COUNTY PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT
Powering our way of life
We are a public electric utility serving more than 40,000 customers throughout Grant County. We own and operate the Priest Rapids Project on the Columbia River in central Washington.
Customers rely on us to power their way of life. We serve customers from Electric City to Royal City and everywhere else along this stretch of the Columbia. The affordable and reliable services we offer continues to be a main driver of Grant County’s rapidly expanding economy.
Public Hearings for 2019 Budget
Learn how we plan to spend and bring in money next year during one of three public hearings on the 2019 budget.
- Oct. 9, 2 p.m. - Ephrata Headquarters Commission Room, 30 C Street SW, Ephrata WA 98823.
- Oct. 9, 6 p.m. - Moses Lake Fire Hall Multi-purpose Room, 701 E 3rd Avenue, Moses Lake WA 98837.
- Oct. 11, 6 p.m. - Quincy Community Center, 115 F Street SW, Quincy WA 98848
If we know where we come from, we’re more likely to know where we’re going. That’s why Grant PUD has worked with the Wanapum band for more than 60 years to protect, preserve, and perpetuate the natural and cultural resources of the Priest Rapids Project. Through decades of collaboration and communication we’ve developed a mutual understanding of the past—and a shared commitment to preserving our region’s cultural legacy for future generations.