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With the holidays right around the corner, Seattle City Light urges you to join us in celebrating the season in an energy-efficient, cost efficient way!
Here are a few tips from us to you on reducing electricity consumption through the holiday season.
Seattle City Light is proud to sponsor the 2015 Green Lake Pathway of Lights event Dec. 12 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. This free event is hosted by Seattle Parks and Recreation, and will feature an impressive show of luminaries along the Green Lake pathway.[More]
Seattle City Light staff will team up with the City of Renton, Earlington Hills Neighborhood group and the City View Church to restore a hillside in Renton this Saturday, Nov. 21. Volunteers will be out planting 520 native plants.[More]
Seattle City Light’s contractor for a heavy barge landing dock on Diablo Lake at the utility’s Skagit Hydroelectric Project has reached an important milestone.[More]
Posted: November 19th, 2015 under Power Lines.
Tags: barge landing, City Light construction, construction, Diablo Lake, rock slide, Ross Dam, Ross Powerhouse, Seattle City Light, Skagit Hydroelectric Project
Today Mayor Ed Murray nominated Larry Weis, general manager of Austin Energy, to become the next general manager and CEO of Seattle City Light.[More]
Winds and rain are kicking up this afternoon in Seattle and other outlying neighborhoods. Many customers could experience power outages from the windstorm.[More]
Seattle City Light volunteers participated in this year’s Puget Sound Heart and Stroke Walk and raised funds for vascular research and education.[More]
Seattle City Light crews are responding to a outage affecting approximately 5,600 customers in northeast Seattle.[More]
Seattle City Light has bought two parcels of land northeast of the town of Darrington. The two 15 acre properties will be used for the purpose of salmon habitat preservation, which brings the total acreage of protected lands to 13, 647.[More]
On October 24th from 12:00-5:00 pm, City Light’s historic Georgetown Steam Plant will be the site of the choreographed performance project entitled “Study of Time and Motion: Connect/Reposition”[More]