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City Light Working with King County Co. Corrections on Chief Sealth Trail

This years’ April (and May) showers have brought out the May flowers – and the tall grasses along the Chief Sealth Trail. Seattle City Light has contracted with the King County Community Corrections Division for the last several years to mow this portion of our transmission right-of-way, a partnership that provides participants with meaningful work […]

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An Invitation to Share Your Thoughts on the Future of Your Electric Service

Seattle City Light is updating its Strategic Plan to provide a progress report on your electricity service and outline the utility’s strategy for meeting the challenges of the next six years and beyond.

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City Light to Host Online Open House for Integrated Resource Plan

Seattle City Light is developing a 2016 Integrated Resource Plan that serves as a long-term plan for how the utility will meet customer power requirements over the next 20 years.

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City Light to Participate in South Lake Union Saturday Market Opening Day

Seattle City Light will be present at the opening day of the South Lake Union Saturday Market on May 14. The utility will be distributing information and answering questions related to the construction of the Denny Substation, which will be located near the Saturday Market.

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Exploring the Energy Future: Keynote Speakers from Amazon and Microsoft to Headline West Coast Energy Management Congress

The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) has teamed up with event host Puget Sound Energy (PSE) and sponsors Seattle City Light, Snohomish County PUD, Tacoma Power and the Northwest Energy Efficiency Council (NEEC) to present the 34th West Coast Energy Management Congress (EMC).

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Renton’s “Little Mountain” Project Blessed and Dedicated

In Renton’s Earlington Hill neighborhood, a humble hillside transmission right-of-way is bringing the community together with Seattle City Light.

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City of Seattle brings Utility Discount to 10,000 more households

Today Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) Director Andrew Lofton announced proposed changes to the Utility Discount Program (UDP) to auto-enroll more than 10,000 low-income Seattle Housing Authority households. Today’s announcement puts the City on track to surpass the Mayor’s goal to double program enrollment two years ahead of schedule.

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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.

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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.

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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

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