Archive for 'Power Lines'
City Light crews and contractors are putting the final touches on a project that climbed hills and crossed swamps, railroads, an interstate freeway and a state highway, all to improve City Light’s distribution, transmission and communications systems in the south end of Seattle. The H-Frame replacement project, as the job has been called, was designed […][More]
Posted: January 26th, 2015 under Power Lines.
City Light crews continue to restore power to the remaining 2,000 customers affected by over 50 separate outages.[More]
Crews are responding to scattered outages in Seattle City Light’s service territory. Winds are expected cause.[More]
Seattle City Light has a plan in place to make sure the lights at Century Link Field stay bright as the Seahawks take on the Green Bay Packers for the NFC Championship this Sunday afternoon.[More]
Business customers rated Seattle City Light highest in customer satisfaction among midsize western utilities in the latest J.D. Power and Associates survey results, which were released today.[More]
You think painting your house is a challenge? Try removing lead paint from an 11-foot-wide pipe, pressurized to 128 pounds per square inch, while hanging a hundred feet over the city’s clean drinking water supply. That has been the work situation for contractors working to repaint the trestles and pipes that carry water from the […][More]
Seattle City Light is continuing its electrical upgrade of the system feeding the University of Washington. The project requires detouring the next section of the Burke-Gilman Trail.[More]
While snowpack levels in the watershed that collects Seattle’s drinking water is below normal at the start of 2015, snowpack levels in the watersheds that feed Seattle City Light’s hydroelectric dams are near normal. Even so, it’s early in the season and a lot can change before the end of winter.[More]
As part of a six-year Strategic Plan to maintain reliable, environmentally responsible electricity service for our customers and enhance the services provided in several key areas, a modest rate increase will take effect Jan. 1. The average increase is 4.2 percent.[More]
The new year is just around the corner, and so are the 2015 income eligibility requirements for the City of Seattle Utility Discount Program.[More]