Tag: City Light
Seattle City Light plans to increase electrical reliability by installing a new transformer at the Shoreline Substation.[More]
Seattle City Light is planning work with other entities to upgrade infrastructure in Nord Alley (Pioneer Square). When construction is complete, Seattle Department of Transportation plans to repave the alley with Pioneer Square Preservation Board-approved brick.[More]
Scattered outages are affecting approximately 6,200 Seattle City Light customers.[More]
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.[More]
With the holidays right around the corner, Seattle City Light urges you to join us in celebrating the season in an energy-efficient, cost efficient way!
Here are a few tips from us to you on reducing electricity consumption through the holiday season.
Seattle City Light crews are responding to a outage affecting approximately 5,600 customers in northeast Seattle.[More]
As of 5:30 p.m., crews have restored power to approximately 12,000 Seattle City Light customers.[More]
Seattle City Light continues to see more outages from the wind, now up to at least 35,000 customers. The utility prepared for this and has extra crews out in the field to spot problems and get them fixed as quickly and safely as possible. When there are some reliable restoration times available, we will post […][More]
Seattle City Light is enhancing the reliability of its electrical system by replacing two transmission line poles on the east and west sides of Interstate 5 at NE 60th Street. The work requires transferring the existing transmission line onto the new poles.[More]
Seattle City Light is installing a new, 480,000 pound transformer as part of upgrades at the East Pine Substation that are designed to make the facility stronger during an earthquake and more reliable as it helps to transmit power from Canada to the West Coast of the United States.[More]