Job Opening

Controller position

 

12918 Park Avenue
PO Box 44426
Tacoma, WA 98448-0426
Telephone: (253) 531-5666
Fax: (253) 531-2684

 

 

scholarship

"Congratulations Kayla Abler, $1500 PL&W scholarship recipient. Presented by Board Member Gary Hauenstein."

 

Communication Intern

The Board of Directors has recently hired a summer intern to help increase communications with Members. Our summer intern, Joel, a student at PLU, will be calling Members and asking for email addresses.  These email addresses will be added and compiled to create a PL&W Members distribution list and will be used to notify Members of any upcoming events and promotions. 

If you were not contacted but would like to be added to the email distribution list, please call us at (253) 531-5666 and ask for Joel.

*PL&W will only use your information for communication purposes and will never sell or distribute your information externally.*

 

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News..

The Parkland Light & Water Company experienced an electrical outage Wednesday morning July 22 at about 12:00AM. Customers affected were in the areas 121st, Wheeler and Garfield between Spanaway Loop Road and Park. The lower PLU campus and customers from 123rd to Tule Lake Road along Yakima Ave and addresses east of Yakima on those blocks were also affected. Power is being restored in stages throughout the morning and the final electric customers should be restored by this evening. The cause of the outage was a high voltage underground cable fault.

Customers in the vicinity of 112th and Pacific Avenue experienced an electrical outage Wednesday morning July 22 at about 5:45AM. Electric service was restored at around 6:45AM. The cause of the outage was a underground switch that failed.

 

At or about 2:15 a.m. Tuesday, July 14th, the Parkland Light and Water Company experienced an outage on circuits along Yakima Avenue from Tule Lake Road to 124th. This affected the lower PLU campus area and from Spanaway Loop Road to Park Avenue along Garfield, Wheeler and 121st Street. Electric service was restored to all customers at around 6 a.m. The cause of the outage was a failed section of a feeder cable.

 

BEWARE OF SCAM ARTIST

THIEVES are posing as Parkland Light & Water Company employees trying to obtain personal information, including credit card numbers from you. They are threatening to disconnect you if you don’t pay immediately. If you are in doubt about the reality of the phone call please call our office, 531-5666 and ask for Bob to verify your payment status.
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