Utility Bill Assistance

 

 

 

Help and Assistance in Washington with heating and utility bills

Help in Seattle
As utility prices rapidly increase, it is not easy for many people to make ends meet. Regardless of the utility customer’s age or circumstances, the Seattle Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens may be able to help.

A variety of heating and utility bill assistance programs can help residents get current and stay current on their utility payments. Different income guidelines apply, and you may also be eligible for more than one help program.

Energy and utility assistance is readily available for residential Seattle Public Utilities and Seattle City Light customers, and it does not apply to residences used for business purposes.

For more information about the Energy and Utility Assistance Programs, call 206-684-0268

Tacoma Public Utilities
They are fully aware that some of our customers face hardships or live on limited incomes, and that they may have difficulty paying their utility bills and require help. They offer a number of services to help those who may be in this situation.

25 percent discount from Tacoma Power, Sewer Utility, Tacoma Water, and Surface Water Management, Solid Waste Utility, and Wastewater Management.

An assistance program that provides a discount on Click! Network cable television services. Call 253-502-8900

 

 

 

Assistance for Heating Bills in Tacoma
This is for utility customers who need help paying their winter heating bills. If you qualify for help, you will receive assistance with paying bills from Tacoma Power's Family Need program.

Government assistance from LIHEAP
Another program for low income Washington families is the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program. This is the primary federal government funded program that provides cash and financial assistance to the state. Call your local community action agency for details, or click here for details.

Avista Utilities
Low income customers and families in Washington who are struggling have a few options available to them. Some programs provide direct financial assistance for paying utilities, and others offer energy conservation. One primary program is Lend a Hand. Read more details.

Seattle City Light
A few different financial assistance programs and grants are offered to its customer base. They include a reduced rate for Low Income Customers, Seniors and Disabled customers, as well as an Emergency Financial Assistance Program. They also support and participate in federal government programs. Read more on Seattle City Light assistance programs.

Washington is also receiving federal funds to provide weatherization services. Find out more on Washington weatherization.

 

 

 

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