Whether you are a homeowner or a professional excavator, one call to 811 gets your underground utility lines marked for free.
Our Online Account Services are available 24/7 and give you the flexibility to review your account information, usage history, billing statement analysis of detailed monthly charges … and you can also pay your bill.
Cascade Natural Gas can now help home and business owners implement conservation measures by offering energy conservation rebates to our Oregon and Washington customers.
KENNEWICK, WASH. – Aug. 26, 2015 – Cascade Natural Gas employee Larry Jennings was seriously injured on Aug. 18 in an explosion while responding to a natural gas odor call at a motel in Bremerton, Washington. Larry has been an employee of our company since 1982. He suffered multiple spinal fractures and second- and third-degree burns in the explosion and is hospitalized at Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center, which specializes in treating burn victims. His wife, Lynette, and daughter, Brannen, have been at his side.
Larry has been a dedicated employee for 33 years and was out doing his job, trying to make sure our customers were safe, when this terrible tragedy happened.
A CaringBridge page has been set up to provide updates on Larry’s status. You can visit the page by logging in at http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/larryjennings.
Cascade Natural Gas Corporation has a number of construction projects within its service territory to replace and update pipeline mains and service lines. As a result of this construction, you may see some disruption of your normal traffic routes during the day. Our construction page has detailed updates. Find out more...