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Edward Smalley Named Manager for Seattle City Light Conservation Resources Division

Seattle City Light recently announced the selection of Edward Smalley as manager of the customer-facing teams for its Conservation Resources Division. In his new role, Smalley will manage the strategic and collaborative direction of the Energy Advisor group, the Residential Conservation Implementation team and the Lighting Design Lab. [More]

City Light Recognized by State Historic Preservation Officer Awards

The Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) recently announced that Seattle City Light is one of the 11 recipients for the State Historic Preservation Officer’s Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Historic Preservation. [More]

Northwest Lawmakers Highlight Importance of Columbia River Treaty

Seattle City Light is thankful for the 26 members of Congress from the Pacific Northwest who crafted a letter to President Obama highlighting the importance for consumers of renegotiating the Columbia River Treaty with Canada. [More]

Seattle City Light Completes East Boston Terrace Project Construction

Seattle City Light recently completed civil construction work for the East Boston Terrace Project located in North Capitol Hill. The construction and related upgrades have increased electrical service reliability and will reduce the number of future unplanned outages for customers in the area. [More]

Seattle City Light Named 2014 Tree Line USA Utility

For the second year in a row, Seattle City Light has earned recognition as a Tree Line USA utility from the Arbor Day Foundation. [More]

Skagit Tours Diablo Lake Boat Tour Nominated for Best Northwest Escapes – Vote Today!

Breathtaking views, amazing glaciers and historical stories that will never be forgotten. Those are just some of the 'many' experiences one will encounter through the Diablo Lake Boat Tours. With your vote(s), we hope to show everyone that the rugged beauty of the North Cascades and history of the Skagit River Hydroelectric Project should be Evening Magazine's "Best Northwest Escapes" Best Boat Tour.[More]

Keeping the power on and the ospreys safe

When ospreys return to the Duwamish River this spring to take advantage of the easy fishing and tall power line towers for nesting, they will find a new set of barriers designed to protect Seattle City Light's power lines and keep the birds safe. They will also find new nesting platforms nearby, where they can raise their chicks in peace. [More]

City Light Addresses Strategic Plan Updates on KUNS-TV (Univision) Sat., March 29 at 6 p.m.

Tune in Saturday, March 29, at 6 p.m. to KUNS-TV (Univision) and learn about Seattle City Light's Strategic Plan Update. Jorge Carrasco, City Light's general manager and CEO, served as a special guest joining a "Community Conversation" for 30 minutes entirely in Spanish. Community involvement is a founding element of City Light's Strategic Plan.[More]

City Light Steps Closer to Powering Seattle Through the 21st Century

The Denny Substation project draft environmental impact statement is available for review. [More]

FERC Approves $2 Million Settlement Benefitting Seattle City Light

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved a settlement agreement that will provide Seattle City Light with $2 million to resolve its claims against Vancouver, B.C.-based Powerex related to high prices for electricity that were charged during the West Coast energy crisis of 2000 and 2001. [More]