Archive for 'Power Lines'
Seattle City Light crews will be continuing work in the SODO neighborhood to increase electrical service capacity and reliability. This project involves replacing poles, overhead electrical wire and upgrading equipment. See map below for the approximate construction area.[More]
Seattle City Light will continue testing automated switching technology in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park that is designed to speed the restoration of service when a power line is damaged.[More]
Seattle City Light is making repairs to boat landings near the Ross Powerhouse at the utility’s Skagit Hydroelectric Project that will require lowering Diablo Lake.[More]
The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration published a report on the historic populations of steelhead in the Puget Sound co-authored by Ed Connor, a senior fish biologist at City Light.[More]
Posted: May 15th, 2015 under Power Lines.
Tags: National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA, Puget Sound, Seattle City Light, Skagit Hydroelectric Project, steelhead, Tolt Hydroelectric Project
City Light crews are planning work in the Capitol Hill neighborhood near Broadway and East Pike Street to repair a damaged underground duct bank. The project is scheduled to begin Saturday, May 16 and will ensure increased electrical capacity in the future and allow the continued use of the duct bank.[More]
Seattle City Light is working with a host of stakeholder groups to create a lot more buzz along the corridor for the utility’s Creston-Duwamish transmission line by enhancing habitat for native bees.[More]
Residents and businesses should prepare for construction to resume in the Holly Park neighborhood in mid-May to update the streetlight electrical grounding system.[More]
Roxy the Blue Heeler is one lucky dog. After running off for 12 days in the cold, wet woods of the protected Cedar River watershed, she is safely back home with her family, thanks to two alert and considerate City Light workers who rescued her from a penstock saddle near Cedar Falls.[More]
Anglers in Pend Oreille and Stevens counties will have more opportunities to catch fish this spring thanks to the combined efforts of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and Seattle City Light.[More]
Posted: April 23rd, 2015 under Power Lines.
Tags: Big Meadow Lake, Boundary Dam, Carls Lake, Cedar Lake, Crescent Lake, Deception Lake, Deep Lake, Frater Lake, Gillette Lake, Heritage Lake, Lead King Lake, Ledbetter Lake, Leo Lake, Little Lost Lake, Nile Lake, Pend Oreille County, Seattle City Light, Sherry Lake, Thomas Lake, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Yocum Lake
Vice President Joe Biden highlighted the importance of a new partnership among Seattle City Light and 16 other utilities that will work to improve the resilience of the country’s energy infrastructure in the face of extreme weather and climate change.[More]