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Bob Ferguson

Opportunities for Public Comment

The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) seeks comments from the public when making decisions on rate, service and policy filings. Your voice can make a difference. Comments can be made in person at a public hearing, in writing, or by submitting a comment form at online. In major UTC cases, all written comments are submitted as a formal exhibit for the record in the case.

How to Comment

Consumer comments on rate cases, mergers, rulemakings and other cases provide valuable input to the Commission as it makes decisions. You can submit comments by contacting the UTC:

Important: Please include your name and mailing address, the name of the company, and the related Docket Numbers with your comment.

For more information about how to comment or participate, see http://www.wutc.wa.gov/ or call 1-800-562-6150.

Information about Rate Cases and Hearings

  • You can learn more about rate cases with the WUTC’s rate case primer.
  • You can review the major active cases on WUTC’s hearings page.
  • Commission policy and its regulation of companies are established through rulemakings.

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