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Guided Tours Resume at Historic Georgetown Steam Plant

Tours of the historic Georgetown Steam Plant resume after a hiatus of a few years, starting Oct. 11. [More]

What Does Public Power Mean To YOU? Celebrate Public Power Week, Oct. 5 – 11

This week, Oct. 5-11, local citizens, communities and government officials are taking part in celebrating the the 28th annual Public Power Week, a nationwide program that celebrates the importance of public power. [More]

Seattle City Light a Winner in E Source 2014 Utility Ad Awards Contest

Seattle City Light won first place in the Best Residential Print Ad category at the E Source 2014 Utility Ad Awards Contest. [More]

Seattle City Light Begins Work to Enhance Streetlight Reliability in Holly Park

Seattle City Light will begin upgrading the streetlight electrical grounding system in the Holly Park neighborhood Oct. 6. [More]

City Light Submits Advanced Metering Report to Seattle City Council: Outlining Benefits, Research and Addressing Concerns

Seattle City Light is making a White Paper report on the benefits, cost, research and customer outreach plan related to the advanced meters in plans to install. [More]

Seattle City Light Signs Climate Declaration

Today, Seattle City Light signed the Climate Declaration to show our support for tackling climate change. [More]

Seattle City Light Apologizes for I-5 Delays

Seattle City Light apologizes to all commuters affected by delays on I-5 this morning, related to a construction project to upgrade towers for transmission and distribution lines that cross the freeway. [More]

City Light Contributes to ‘Most Sustainable City’ Rating for Seattle

Seattle City Light’s work to offset all its carbon emissions and help customers reduce their energy consumption are two of the key reasons Seattle has been recognized as the nation’s most sustainable city by STAR Communities. [More]

Work Continues as City Light Improves Electrical Service to the Duwamish Valley

City Light is working to increase the electrical capacity and reliability to the Duwamish Valley with the H-Frame Replacement and Feeder Installation Project. [More]

A Call for Talks on the 50th Anniversary of the Columbia River Treaty

On the 50th Anniversary of the Columbia River Treaty, a group of 88 electric utilities, including Seattle City Light, and industry associations representing 6.4 million Northwest electric customers, is renewing its call to the Obama Administration to begin Columbia River Treaty talks with Canada in 2014 and to use the Regional Recommendation as a basis for treaty talks. [More]