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City Light to Replace Aging Utility Poles in Parts of Seattle and Burien

Seattle City Light is planning to replace aging utility poles in parts of Seattle and Burien to help improve and upgrade the electrical reliability in parts of the service territory. The installation of new poles, wire and equipment relocation is an important investment in infrastructure.


Conserving Stossel Creek

Seattle City Light recently acquired 154 acres of land on Stossel Creek east of Duvall to preserve important habitat for coho salmon and steelhead.


City Light Sponsors Volunteer Events

Last Saturday, April 16, City Light’s Vegetation Management Unit and Environmental Affairs and Real Estate Division sponsored five Duwamish Alive volunteer events on City Light property to improve the watershed


Shoreline Substation Construction Work to Increase Electrical Reliability

Seattle City Light plans to increase electrical reliability by installing a new transformer at the Shoreline Substation.


Infrastructure and Paving Upgrade Planned for Nord Alley in Pioneer Square

Seattle City Light is planning work with other entities to upgrade infrastructure in Nord Alley (Pioneer Square). When construction is complete, Seattle Department of Transportation plans to repave the alley with Pioneer Square Preservation Board-approved brick.


Seattle City Light Named Tree Line USA for Fourth Year in a Row

Seattle City Light’s work following industry standards for quality tree care has been recognized for the fourth year in a row with a Tree Line USA award from the National Arbor Day Foundation.


Denny Network Construction Continues on Stewart Street

Seattle City Light’s contractor for the Denny Network Project has received a noise variance to work at night and in the early morning to install a large electrical vault on Stewart Street between Boren Avenue and Terry Avenue.


Denny Substation Work Begins April 4 with One-Block Closure of Pontius Avenue North

Seattle City Light will permanently close Pontius Avenue N. between Denny Way and John Street on Monday, April 4. The one-block closure marks the start of construction for the Denny Substation, which City Light is building to help keep pace with Seattle’s growing energy needs.


Help Shape Our Online Experience

Seattle City Light is hosting 90-minute workshops for customer to provide feedback about the online experience with the utility March 29 and April 1 from noon to 1:30 p.m.


Drivers Urged to Consider Stewart Street Alternatives During Construction

Seattle City Light is urging drivers who typically use Exit 166 from Interstate 5 to Stewart Street to consider alternate routes through March 24 while construction of an underground network associated with the future Denny Substation reduces Stewart Street by two lanes between Yale and Boren.

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