Visit the Missouri Public Service Commission Website Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission Visit the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission Website 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 Washington UTCFollowRetweet on TwitterWashington UTC RetweetedWashington State DNR Wildfire@waDNR_fire·22h Thunderstorms headed toward southeast Washington. We’ve put engines and aircraft in areas that might see new starts. Help us out by calling 911 if you see new #WaWILDFIRE https://t.co/tbPiWfA066Reply on TwitterRetweet on Twitter21Like on Twitter29TwitterWashington UTC@WAUTC·16 Aug Bingen oil train crossing gets funding for safety upgrades: https://t.co/178MHvF313Reply on TwitterRetweet on Twitter1Like on TwitterTwitterWashington UTC@WAUTC·16 Aug ICYMI Reply on TwitterRetweet on TwitterLike on Twitter1TwitterWashington UTC@WAUTC·15 Aug Do you know what’s below? #Call811 at least two business days before starting any digging project. #CBYD https://t.co/M4MCQIrFY2 Reply on TwitterRetweet on Twitter1Like on Twitter3TwitterWashington UTC@WAUTC·14 Aug Do you know which industries we regulate? Do you know when to call the commission? The answer to those questions and more: https://t.co/u4mwuIl732 Reply on TwitterRetweet on Twitter1Like on TwitterTwitterLoad More... Location Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission1300 S. Evergreen Park Dr. SW,Olympia, WA 98504-7250 Mailing AddressPO Box 47250Olympia, WA 98504-7250 Contact Phone: 360-664-1160Fax: 360-586-1150 Arizona Corporation Commission Visit the Arizona Corporation Commission Website 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 Arizona Corporation CommissionFollowArizona Corporation Commission@CorpCommAZ·3h Commissioners revoke license of Gilbert investment adviser for fraud. Read more in our August Open Meeting recap: https://t.co/M40DlCks7RReply on TwitterRetweet on TwitterLike on Twitter1TwitterArizona Corporation Commission@CorpCommAZ·16 Aug Judge Martin is presiding over the rate hearing for Duncan Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc in Hearing Room 2. Tune in to watch the proceeding at https://t.co/hF7RWsXRH6. Reply on TwitterRetweet on TwitterLike on Twitter2TwitterArizona Corporation Commission@CorpCommAZ·16 Aug Judge Harpring is presiding over today’s procedural hearing with Johnson Utilities with Chairman @tomforese joining via phone and Commissioner @Andy_Tobin at the dais. Watch live at https://t.co/hF7RWsXRH6. Reply on TwitterRetweet on Twitter1Like on Twitter6TwitterArizona Corporation Commission@CorpCommAZ·16 Aug To date Commissioners have passed $189,088,437 in Tax Act savings back to ratepayers. Learn more about this and other highlights from the August Open Meeting here https://t.co/7usbfpDTaq Reply on TwitterRetweet on Twitter4Like on Twitter5TwitterArizona Corporation Commission@CorpCommAZ·15 Aug ICYMI: Johnson Utilities Interim Manager Update via @santanvalleyaz https://t.co/0LVwL6FYNmReply on TwitterRetweet on TwitterLike on Twitter2TwitterLoad More... Location Arizona Corporation Commission 1200 W. Washington Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007 Contact Corporations Division: (602) 542-3026 Utilities Division: (602)-542-4251 WashingtonUpdated on 2018-01-30T17:33:12+00:00, by Bailee Warsing.