Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission

Our Mission is to protect the people of Washington by ensuring that investor-owned utility and transportation services are safe, available, reliable and fairly priced.

Regulated businesses include electric, telecommunications, natural gas, and water. The commission also regulates in-state household movers, solid waste carriers, private ferries, and inter-city busses, as well as safety issues affecting charter buses, railroads, limousines, and nonprofit senior/handicapped transportation services.

- Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission

State Commissioners

David W. Danner
Chairman

Ann Rendahl
Commissioner

Jay Balasbas
Commissioner

Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission News

Heading to @CenturyLink_Fld to watch @SoundersFC take on @ChicagoFire tomorrow? Tracks are busy with @SoundTransit, @Amtrak & freight trains running. #RailSafety #SeeTracksThinkTrain #SEAvCHI #SoundersMatchday #SoundersPride #SeattlePride

Don’t use headphones near train tracks. You might not hear on-coming trains until it’s too late. Trains are faster and quieter than you think. #trainsafety #railsafety
https://t.co/oR0F8cXWs3

It’s going to be perfect #WaWx for yard work around much of the state this weekend. Planning a digging project? Make sure to #Call811 at least two days before any digging project. It’s the law. #CBYD

Using your air conditioner to keep cool in this warm #WaWx? Follow these tips to save money while cooling your house: https://t.co/Rncrp9rPrn

Media advisory: EFSEC will host Desert Claim site tour, Columbia Solar comment meeting in Ellensburg next week https://t.co/RXOh2NPT8U

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Location

Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission
1300 S. Evergreen Park Dr. SW,
Olympia, WA 98504-7250

Mailing Address
PO Box 47250
Olympia, WA 98504-7250

Contact

Phone: 360-664-1160
Fax: 360-586-1150

Arizona Corporation Commission

Our responsibility is to regulate public utilities in Arizona and to set rates that are just, fair, and reasonable for all stakeholders.
- Arizona Corporation Commission

State Commissioners

Tom Forese
Chairman

Bob Burns
Commissioner

Andy Tobin
Commissioner

Boyd Dunn
Commissioner

Justin Olson
Commissioner

Arizona Corporation Commission News

@CorpCommAZ's @Andy_Tobin lays out path forward for proposed 80% clean energy plan; draft rules coming by July 5 https://t.co/9fpF11zKbO

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 was passed on this day 6 months ago. To date, Commissioners @tomforese @Andy_Tobin @rburnsazt @BoydDunnAZ @_JustinOlson have approved $166,611,935 to return to utility customers. #moretocome

Commissioners are committed to transparency as they carry out their duties. Read the Code of Ethics at https://t.co/HYXJZxexdE & see if you're required to register as a lobbyist before meeting with Commissioners. More info about lobbyist registration https://t.co/cIrf6AZc2I

ICYMI: AZCC approved EPCOR officials’ request to refund $1,106,392 in tax reform savings to all of the company’s residential and commercial wastewater customers. Via @DailyNewsSun https://t.co/PdSj1qXI0L

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Location

Arizona Corporation Commission
1200 W. Washington Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007

Contact

Corporations Division: (602) 542-3026
Utilities Division: (602)-542-4251

Washington

Updated on 2018-01-30T17:33:12+00:00, by Bailee Warsing.