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Wind, Trees Cause Power Outages in NE Seattle


Seattle City Light crews were working to restore service to about 9,800 homes and businesses Tuesday evening after high winds blew trees into power lines in Northeast Seattle. [More]

Boundary Cliff Inspection Tests Skills


This Aug. 7, City Light inspected the rock face above the Boundary project’s transformer bays, to ensure that rocks and vegetation pose no major risks to the 240 kilovolt lines that extend from the transformers to the Boundary switchyard. [More]

Historic Georgetown Steam Plant to Host Paranormal Play


Seattle City Light’s historic Georgetown Steam Plant will be the backdrop for an upcoming play about the paranormal presented by the Seattle Immersive Theater, starting Oct. 3. [More]

Power Restored to All Customers in Ballard, Crown Hill


Power has been fully restored to all customers  in the Ballard and Crown Hill neighborhoods. An underground cable failure was determined to be the cause of the outage. General outage boundaries:  N 112th Street on the north, NW 46th Street on the south, 6th Avenue NW on the east and Seaview Avenue NW on the [More]

Crews Responding to Outage in Ballard, Crown Hill


Seattle City Light crews were responding to a power outage in Ballard and Crown Hill Saturday night that affected about 11,200 customers. An underground cable failure was determined to be the cause of the outage. An initial estimate for restoration of service was set for 4 a.m. The general boundaries of the outage [More]

Lighting the Way for Seattle Underground Tour


[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="300"]Visitors experience the Seattle Underground Tour.[/caption] One of Seattle's biggest tourist attractions is located literally under your feet. Beneath the eclectic modern shops and restaurants in the heart of historic Pioneer Square lie tunnels and streets of an earlier time of Seattle history. Year round Bill Spiedel Enterprises' Underground [More]

Seattle City Light Crews Get Busy Connecting Trails


Seattle City Light crews replaced seven transmission structures to make room for Burke Gilman trail construction on the north side of NE 195th Street, between First and Fifth avenues NE. [More]

Seattle City Light Completes Electrical System Upgrade on East Denny Way Near East Broadway


Seattle City Light crews recently completed civil construction work on East Denny Way between Harvard Avenue and Broadway on Capitol Hill. The work will improve electric service reliability and will help to reduce the number of unplanned outages in the area. [More]

Seattle City Light Employees Show Off Classic Cars, Raise Money for Project Share


Seattle City Light employees raised $2,400 for Project Share when they held a classic car show and barbecue Aug. 1 at the South Service Center. [More]

Cookin’ with Kilowatts Recipe Contest Accepting Submissions


Seattle City Light is launching its Second Annual Cookin’ with Kilowatts contest, which aims to raise residential customer awareness of energy consumption and its environmental impact. [More]