This article was recently published by the Seattle Pi, detailing an extension the city has placed on eviction moratoria. While the article doesn't specify whether utility moratoria was extended, it does say city officials recommend their constituents call utilities to arrange for payments. That said, while the moratoria on evictions does protect families from being evicted if they cannot make a payment, it does not protect against evictions due to safety and health reasons. Additionally, given there is no further extension on the utility moratoria, renters could still be facing the threat of shut-offs as they attempt to cope with all living expenses (utilities, rent, food shopping, masks and other sanitation requirements).
Callie Craighead, "City of Seattle extends eviction and utility moratorium into January 2022", contributed by Briana Leone, The Energy Rights Project, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 21 September 2021, accessed 16 August 2022. https://energyrights.info/content/city-seattle-extends-eviction-and-utility-moratorium-january-2022