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Seattle City (spot)Light: Sarah Davis

Seattle City (spot)Light introduces you to the people behind the scenes helping to power Seattle. Meet Sarah Davis, a senior power analyst who works in Regional Affairs and Contracts. Sarah has been with City Light for five years, and spent the first year and a half as the assistant to the CEO. She… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Francis Sammy

Seattle City Light’s dynamic employees are the foundation upon which we achieve our public service and power goals. Seattle City (spot)Light introduces you to the great people behind the scenes helping to power Seattle. Meet Francis Sammy, electrical power systems engineer. Francis has been with City Light for five years…. [ Keep reading ]

City Light’s Olympic Connection

For this City Light employee, Olympic competition is a family tradition.

Skagit Tours: New and Improved for 2016

A new vessel, the Alice Ross IV, is making its debut on the Diablo Lake Boat Tours in 2016.

New Transformers Coming to Ross Powerhouse

As Seattle City Light replaces 60-year-old transformers at the Ross Powerhouse, Colonial Creek Campground users may see some temporary impacts.

Seattle wins EPEAT Purchaser Award

City Light has a deep commitment to environmental stewardship, and we recognize that our purchasing choices have an environmental impact. This year, our efforts to reduce that impact were honored with an EPEAT Purchaser Award from the Green Electronics Council.

Downtown Seattle Power Outage Cause Is Still Under Investigation

Seattle City Light is continuing to investigate the cause of the power outage that impacted a large part of Downtown Seattle customers on Wednesday, May 25. Overall, 12,000 meters went out from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the day of the outage. The outage occurred at the Massachusetts Substation and… [ Keep reading ]

City Light Working with King County Co. Corrections on Chief Sealth Trail

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… [ Keep reading ]

Renton’s “Little Mountain” Project Blessed and Dedicated

In Renton’s Earlington Hill neighborhood, a humble hillside transmission right-of-way is bringing the community together with Seattle City Light.