Tag: King County
This years’ April (and May) showers have brought out the May flowers – and the tall grasses along the Chief Sealth Trail. Seattle City Light has contracted with the King County Community Corrections Division for the last several years to mow this portion of our transmission right-of-way, a partnership that provides participants with meaningful work […][More]
Seattle City Light recently acquired 154 acres of land on Stossel Creek east of Duvall to preserve important habitat for coho salmon and steelhead.[More]
Posted: April 28th, 2016 under Power Lines.
Tags: coho, conservation, Department of Natural Resources, Duvall, environment, King County, Marckworth State Forest, Mountains to Sound Greenway, nation's greenest utility, salmon, Seattle City Light, steelhead, stewardship, Stossel Creek, Tolt Fish Habitat Restoration Group
Emergency responders from several regional agencies gathered today at Seattle City Light’s North Service Center to emphasize the need for Puget Sound residents to be prepared for potentially treacherous winter weather and power outages.[More]
Don’t pitch your burned out holiday lights in the trash. Recycle them.[More]
Seattle City Light has completed installation of LED streetlights in the residential areas planned for 2012 and will get a head start on its 2013 work.[More]
Posted: September 20th, 2012 under Power Lines.
Tags: Burien, King County, Lake Forest Park, LED street lights, LED streetlights, Normandy Park, Potelco, Renton, seatac, Seattle City Light, Shoreline, Tukwila
Seattle City Light and its contractor, Potelco, have completed about two-thirds of the LED streetlight conversions planned for 2012.[More]
Seattle City Light repair crews responded to a power outage affecting about 3,800 homes and businesses in theRainierValley, Tukwila area Monday afternoon.[More]
Scattered outages affected 7,500 customers in Seattle City Light’s service territory, with two outages in Burien accounting for most of the customers without power.[More]
Three Seattle City Light employees were honored recently for their work to protect the rivers that support our hydroelectric operations and the fish that live in them.[More]
Seattle City Light is working at the request of King County to provide a service upgrade for the Barton pump station and power to two other planned facilities near the Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal.[More]