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To request electrical service in your name at a new or existing location, please submit Proof of Ownership or a current Rental Agreement (which includes physical location of property, renters name(s) and signature of Property Owner and Tenant), along with a completed Application for Service to

Please contact the District office to speak with a Customer Services Representative at (530) 623-5536 after submitting your documents or include a phone number you can be contacted at in the body of your e-mail. Service connections and/or transfers must be completed during normal business hours.

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To request a service upgrade, or installation of electric service to a property or building that does not have existing service, please visit our Construction page. Please call 530-623-5537 for more information about line extensions.

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Taking Action to Stop Wildfire in
the Forest

Paul Hauser, general manager of Trinity Public Utilities District in Weaverville, Calif. For many years, Trinity PUD has been looking at ways to reduce the threat of fires in its service area, which is located on heavily forested and sparsely populated land in Northern California. With California's 2020 fire season shattering records, there's new urgency to take action. Trinity PUD is embarking on an innovative pilot project.

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Wildfire Risk Reduction, Reliability, and Asset Protection (WRAP) Project

The areas surrounding WAPA and Trinity PUD's systems are particularly vulnerable to fire risk due to the dense vegetation and steep terrain. This proposed WRAP project would reduce fire risk by expanding existing transmission/distribution rights-of-way (ROWs) on US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, and private lands and implementing a proactive integrated vegetation management program within the expanded ROWs. Find Out More