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Residential Customers Rate Seattle City Light Among the Best Utilities


Satisfaction improved over the past year among Seattle City Light’s residential customers, who rated City Light as one of the best midsize utilities in the West, according to J. D. Power and Associates. [More]

Flurry of Big and Tall Engineering Hits the South End


City Light workers had a busy week of big and tall engineering near Seattle’s south end, all in an effort to make our transmission system safer. Between July 21 and July 24, City Light workers and engineers straightened out a leaning 150-foot transmission tower, installed a massive metal pole in the middle [More]

Boundary Dam’s Unit 53 Generator is Back Online


Boundary Dam’s electrical generating unit 53 is back up and running for the peak generation season on the Pend Oreille River. The generator was repaired in half the time it typically takes for this type of project and $1 million under budget. [More]

Crews Restore Power in Lake Forest Park, Shoreline


Repair crews restored power outage for about 4,400 homes and businesses in Lake Forest Park and Shoreline about 2:30 p.m. today. [More]

Power Restored After Fire at Broad Street Substation


Power has been restored to about 325 customers, including the Seattle Center, the Space Needle, Experience Music Project and the Monorail, that were affected by an outage caused when a fire broke out in Seattle City Light’s Broad Street Substation at 319 6th Ave. N. [More]

River Conditions Improve, Lift City Light’s Financial Forecasts


Improved water conditions in the rivers that power Seattle city Light’s hydroelectric dams are brightening the utility’s financial forecasts and helping to hold down costs for customers. [More]

Power out for U district U village and parts of Laurelhurst


Power outage affecting 5,158 customers [More]

Hydro excavators help save time and money


New hydro excavator technology has improved the ability of City Light crews to clear soil and debris in preparation for construction – resulting in increased efficiency, lower costs and fewer errors. [More]

Ross Lake Now Open for Fishing


The return of summer opens new opportunities for exploring the rugged and beautiful North Cascades, including Ross Lake, which is now open for fishing. [More]

Seattle’s Trash to Generate Even More Clean Electricity for City Light


Seattle’s trash will soon generate even more clean energy for Seattle City Light customers. [More]