1.5 hours to equip you with vital tools to keep you and your loved ones safe in a disaster.
02/07/2019 3:28 PM
Construction work to replace the sewer line under the 68th Ave NE bridge is nearly complete. But we want to take a moment to address some of the questions you asked during and after the bridge closure incident.
01/31/2019 3:48 PM
The 68th Ave NE bridge remains open in both directions. But with the risk posed by weather conditions and ongoing construction, we have taken the precaution of closing the west side of the southbound lane, while crews monitor the road continuously.
12/20/2018 11:49 AM
Both directions of the Sammamish River Bridge (68th Ave NE) are now open to general traffic. There was an additional delay with getting traffic signals switched over, but traffic is now moving. However, the sidewalk will remain closed on the southbound lane until further notice.
12/19/2018 1:27 PM
The bridge remains closed in both directions. Repairs are underway to fill the sinkhole on the southbound lane of the Sammamish River Bridge (68th Ave NE). Engineers and county officials continue to assess and monitor the bridge’s condition. Repaving should begin early this afternoon.
12/18/2018 10:29 AM
Protect yourself from utility phone scammers. NUD representatives do not solicit phone payments.
05/14/2018 8:45 AM
04/03/2018 3:35 PM
The NUD Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to approve a Rate Resolution for 2018 with no water or sewer rate increases. Read the full rate notification report.
03/15/2018 2:22 PM
A few things to consider before you enroll in private utility insurance.
Here are some of the most common reasons you may be seeing an unusual bill this fall.
11/15/2017 10:30 AM
Northshore Emergency Management Coalition (NEMCo) shares some recommendations for relief donations for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
08/30/2017 10:35 AM
Did you know your lawn only needs 1 inch of water a week? Read on for more tips to help you check your outdoor water use efficiency.
07/19/2017 4:26 PM
06/09/2017 4:00 PM
Did you know a faucet drip can waste more than 3,000 gallons per year? Fix-a-Leak Week is a great opportunity to track down those little - or big - home water leaks. Read on for what you can do.
03/21/2017 2:52 PM
That water rushing down your street or driveway could actually be storm water runoff. Read on for how to tell the difference, route calls to the right crews, and (hopefully) ease your mind about water leaks on your lines.
02/28/2017 2:58 PM
Four members of our operations team recently completed an intensive leadership course, earning several awards during the program. We're very proud to celebrate their accomplishments.
01/04/2017 12:51 PM
NUD Inventory and Purchasing Specialist Dave McMorris will be featured in an upcoming inter-agency publication for his excellent work at NUD. The text of the article is here.
12/07/2016 9:53 AM
On Monday, November 14, 2016, the Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to appoint Matt Breysse as commissioner. Matt will serve in place of late Commissioner Margaret Wiggins.
11/23/2016 3:02 PM
Totem Lake "Urban Center" will increase density and demand for services in the area. To meet the need, the District is considering a special connection charge for new developments in the expansion zone.
10/22/2016 9:32 AM
NUD purchases its water from Seattle Public Utilities (SPU). SPU issued the following further information in response to news items about Chromium 6 in our drinking water.
09/22/2016 4:30 PM
With the untimely passing of late long-time Commissioner Margaret Wiggins, the District must begin the process of appointing a replacement. This is an opportunity for those interested in public service. Read on to learn more.
With great sadness we report that long-time NUD Commissioner Margaret Wiggins passed away unexpectedly on August 24th, at the age of 63. We will miss her greatly.
With extreme and possibly record-setting temperatures forecasted through this weekend, King County offers important extreme heat safety info.
Mark your calendars - these events are a great opportunity to help get your home and your family emergency ready! Click for more details.
The story of a pipe that needed replacing, along with a little video showing how we made it happen. Read on for details.
Responding to Tacoma Water lead concerns, Seattle Public Utilities conducted thorough tests to confirm city's water remains safe to drink. See SPU official news release on the issue.
With Tacoma Water's recent new lead concerns, SPU issued a temporary precaution to customers to run water before drinking. This article explains who this precaution is meant for and how to make sure your water is safe.
The “S.S. Ewer” took its inaugural voyage along the shores of Lake Washington this spring. Its mission? Well, let's just say it's not just a clever name.
Flint’s water crisis was caused both by different conditions as well as testing processes. Here are four main reasons NUD customers are safeguarded from the same lead hazards.
Item viewing on Friday, February 26, from 4:30 - 5pm.
All members of the public are invited to participate. Meetings held Monday, February 1, and Monday, February 22, 2016 beginning at 5:30pm at NUD main office.
On Wednesday, February 3rd, Ron Gehrke will receive the 2015 McMaster Heritage Award in recognition of his outstanding service to the Kenmore Community.
NUD customers to receive notice about incident involving drinking water treatment standards.
Are you ready for the next major disaster? Get prepared in the upcoming 8-week CERT course. Register NOW - runs Jan 21 - Mar 10.
We are finally back to normal! SPU deactivating its Water Shortage Response Plan. Conditions still being monitored carefully through next year.
With improvements to the regional water supply, voluntary water reductions no longer needed. But customers are advised to continue wise water use.
Reducing water in the fall harder, but goal still met. Voluntary 10% reductions still in place to fill low reservoirs to supply needs for people and fish.
Located in the vicinity of Swamp Creek Park and Kenmore Elementary School
Regional use is down by 14% according to latest reports. SPU is still recommending voluntary water use reductions to maintain supplies for people and fish.
To help manage water supplies, Seattle, Everett, and Tacoma are asking customers to voluntarily reduce water use by 10 percent.
The latest information about our water supply, and ways you can manage your water use.
SPU is changing our water supply outlook from "good" to "fair," taking steps to bolster water supply. Customers are being asked to "continue to use water wisely."
Senate Bill 5048 gives citizens the right to vote on whether their city may take over water-sewer service from their existing provider. Find out how it may affect you.
Read SPU's 5/15/15 official statement on summer water supply, demand and rates here.
With historically low snow pack levels, many have asked if our water supply will hold out through the summer. Seattle Public Utilities is optimistic - see the data here.
After a two-year battle with ALS, Russell MacInnes passed away last week. He was an important part of our family here and we will miss him greatly.
After public hearings on February 23rd and March 2nd, a new rate structure was approved which will take effect starting with the March 15, 2015 billing.
Join us for practical advice and inspiration from local expert gardeners. Our full 2015 Savvy Gardener class list is here.
Effective May 15, 2014, the District's Board of Commissioners voted to pass a Rate Resolution for 2014 that includes NO WATER OR SEWER RATE INCREASES, in spite of an 8.4% increase in our wholesale water costs from Seattle Public Utilities.
The City is currently contacting homeowners with lapsed tests to eliminate all contamination risks.